President to entrepreneurs: A country without respect to the law and the authority is not viable

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, asserted that a country without respect for the law and authority is not viable. By way of reflection, the Head of State fixed this position in the context of a meeting with businessmen and bankers of the country, from the Military Circle of Caracas.

To those present he asked: “What I ask of you is that we work for Venezuela, to produce more rice, meat, milk, shoes, shirts, pants, tickets, more wealth for the country, respect the law, the rules of the game, the authority” .

“A country without respect to the law and the authority is not viable,” he added, reiterating that it is important to truly abide by the law.

In his words, he also referred to the fact that has been lost the effort of more than a decade of recovery of the economy in Argentina “and now they have burned billions of dollars and it has been taken by a group that governs in the Casa Rosada in Buenos Aires”.

“May God spare us the day our country kneels to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and its economic package. No, what we have in here is a humanist, nationalist, productivist program, I do not ask you to vote for us, what I ask you is that we work for Venezuela.”