Maduro denounces sabotage in the National Electric System this Tuesday

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, denounced on Tuesday a sabotage in the National Electric System (SEN), which caused an interruption of service in 80% of the capital city and in some areas of Miranda state:

“Today it was sabotaged the electrical system of Caracas and the response of the people of Caracas was moral, support, understanding. They could not overcome. At noon we had restored the system even though it was difficult to know where happened the cutoff”, said the Head of State during a meeting with the governors, held at Miraflores White Palace, in Caracas.

The National President indicated that the authorities are in search of the material and intellectual authors of this fact.

“We are behind their tracks, and it is a matter of time for us to capture the material authors of these evils that they do to the people. While we are working, there is a small group of the right wing conspiring”, said the Venezuelan leader.

On the other hand, President Nicolás Maduro instructed the Executive Vice President, Delcy Rodríguez and the Vice President for Economy, Tareck El Aissami, to inform the opposition governors Ramón Guevara, from Mérida state; Antonio Barreto Sira, from Anzoátegui state; Alfredo Díaz, from Nueva Esparta state, and Leidy Gómez, from Táchira state; on the details of the programs to prevent rains.