The Executive Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, held a meeting of the Council of Sectoral Vice Presidents, in order to evaluate the progress of the various public policies carried out in the national territory.
The meeting led by Rodríguez was attended by the sectoral vice-presidents for Political Sovereignty, Security and Peace, G/J Vladimir Padrino López; Citizen Security and Peace, A/J Remigio Ceballos Ichaso; Planning, Ricardo Menéndez; Economic Area, Tareck El Aissami; Social and Territorial Socialism, Mervin Maldonado, and Public Works and Services, Néstor Reverol.
Among the points evaluated by the authorities is the increase in rains in the country to coordinate care and support with the governors in the event of any damage.
Likewise, they are attentive in the two attention fronts in Las Tejerías and El Castaño in Aragua state; likewise, in Caracas and in the states Sucre, La Guaira, Anzoátegui and Monagas, affected by heavy rainfalls.
The national government is deployed to serve the affected areas and families. According to the most recent balance, 900 tons of aid have been dispatched in more than 14 entities, (because of the emergency) caused by the torrential rains in the Bolivarian nation.
Similarly, the sectoral vice-presidents and the national government also monitor the progress of the 1×10 system of Good Governance, the National System of Socialist Missions and Great Missions, and the efficiency of public services.
It is worth remembering that the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro Moros, has highlighted that the comprehensive approach to the effects presented by each community continues and a development plan that contemplates several options, in order to solve the issue and assign housing for the affected families.