Economic Emergency Decree is extended for 60 more days


The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, signed this Sunday the extension for another 60 days of the Decree of State of Exception and Economic Emergency, with the aim of advancing in the actions and plans for the economic stabilization of the country, and to shield the Social rights of Venezuelans.
“I constitutionally proceed to extend the State of Exception and Economic Emergency throughout the national territory” to continue ruling against the economic war and “To continue assisting and supporting the CLAPs, the public and private companies, to continue boosting investment, so that nothing nor anyone can stop it, “he said.
The announcement was made during his Sunday program “Contacto con Maduro” (Contact with Maduro), which was broadcast from the Museo de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine Arts), located in Caracas, where he also indicated that thanks to the activation of this constitutional power have been advanced and guaranteed the social programs of the Bolivarian Revolution and the constitutional rights of the people.
Otherwise “it would have been impossible”, and therefore “I proceed to publish in the Official Gazette the extension for 60 days of the constitutional decree of State of Exception and Economic Emergency to continue to govern and facing the economic situation and supporting our people,” he stressed .
The decree is part of the actions that the Executive promotes for the protection and democratic stability of the people, against the onslaughts orchestrated by the right wing, through the unconventional war.