President Maduro inaugurated 6 works between Yaracuy, Aragua and Portuguesa states

In an act that pays tribute to the country’s teachers, the president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, inaugurated the Teacher’s House, in the “Bachiller Trinidad Figueira” square in San Felipe, as part of a work journey dedicated to the works rehabilitated by the Military Community Brigades for Education and Health (Bricomiles), in commitment to the well-being of educators and the community.

In this sense, the Teacher’s House, delivered completely renovated, is presented as a space for enjoyment and encounter where teachers, both active and retired from the entity, make life, in recognition of their essential role in the training of future generations. For this reason, the head of state highlighted during the activity the importance of this kind of infrastructure as part of his street government policy, which seeks to directly address the needs of the people.

For his part, the governor of Yaracuy state, Julio César León Heredia, highlighted the historical significance of the place, and recalled that personalities such as José Vicente Rangel and Jorge Rodríguez Sr., “shared in there their visions and dreams, which today materialize into palpable realities thanks to the management of the current government and the legacy of Commander Chávez.”

This act not only honors the teachers and their work, but also reinforces the cultural identity and collective memory of the region, focused on a future in which education is the fundamental pillar of social and human development in Venezuela.