Revolutionary people commemorates the man who transformed the history of Venezuela

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, commemorated the birth of Commander Hugo Chávez through the publication of a video on the Twitter social network @NicolasMaduro in which he spread the different expressions of gratitude from the revolutionary people who remember with admiration the leader who transformed the political and social history of the nation:

The memory of Commander Hugo Chávez makes us look inward, makes us smile and brings tears to our eyes; His example and his teachings are a powerful inspiring force for this and all the peoples who fight for a more just humanity (…)”, expressed the head of state.

Likewise, the first combatant woman, Cilia Flores, joined the people to celebrate the 69th anniversary of Chávez’s birth. “Today, July 28, I reiterate my commitment to his legacy, contributing every day to make his dream possible. Chavez will always live in our hearts!”

From early on, the first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, in his digital account @dcabellor, highlighted that with Commander Chávez he celebrates life, love and joy:

“I celebrate the happy coincidence of living in his time, I also celebrate the commitment to defend his legacy, from where you take care of us my dear Commander, happy birthday, as I promised you one day We Shall Overcome!!”, he said.

The first authority of the Legislative Power, Jorge Rodríguez, also did so, through an audiovisual on the @jorgerpsuv account of the social network, asserting that Chávez is the lightning bolt that came to bring hope and redemption to the great majorities in the Bolivarian nation:

He came to vindicate the historical struggles of Venezuela. He came to rescue the libertarian spirit of our Liberator Simón Bolívar. Hugo Chávez is the father of this Revolution, and he accompanies us as always in the daily battle”, added the parliamentarian.

Meanwhile, the Sectoral Vice President for Communication, Culture and Tourism, Freddy Ñáñez, said: “Since dawn I have been listening to the sound of fireworks and the fury of our people. And I thought of the Reveille and this willingness to fight every day for what is loved”.

With the arrival of the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, a process of transformations for the benefit of the Venezuelan population began, including the creation of a new Constitution, which would promote a social policy, inclusion, claim, fundamental rights and duties, to the Venezuelan people.