Mission Housing Venezuela intensifies from June 1

Hace 2 años.

Nicolas Maduro, President of the Bolivian Republic of Venezuela, announced on Tuesday that from July 1 the Strategic Plan for Accelerating the Great Mission Housing Venezuela (GMVV) will intensify, after the Supreme Court declared as unconstitutional the legal instrument submitted by the Venezuelan right wing known as the “Scam Act”.

Also he noted that for this Wednesday, May 11, will provide further details of the initiative that aims to advance the delivery of land and development of new projects in order to promote a plan for the acceleration of completion and delivery of housings.

“Only the organized people, the mobilized people, is a guarantee of peace, and therefore we are preparing a special plan, the plan of the Great Mission Housing Venezuela, we are going now indeed to move more strongly in 2016, because if that law had been set firm, they had not been able to build a single house more, they would have taken your house from you … but they would find the fist of Nicolas Maduro”, said the President during his television program “Contacto con Maduro” (Contact with Maduro) broadcast from Miraflores Palace in Caracas.

The Head of State said that it is regrettable that the Venezuelan politics has among its members a character such as Julio Borges, to whom he did not hesitates to describe as “one of the most hypocritical people of the national politics”.

He said that in Venezuela the opposition does not fulfill its duty, they only want “to end the people’s rights, because their plan is a single one, is a counter-revolutionary plan that aims to dismantle the revolutionary project, the laws that protect the people.”