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Montevideo, November 13th 2018 - 04:50 UTC
Venezuela says it will cut the working day for public sector workers to five-and-a-half hours to conserve energy, down from eight to nine hours. The initiative is part of a nationwide electricity rationing plan. Read full article
The Chavista's have it all under control. They need to cut power to the areas that voted for these Turkeys.
Just when you think it couldn't get any worse.
If another K type is elected this will be the future of Argentina too.
although you're not too far off now
Why are they all moaning,
candles are cheap are they not...lol
Last week the government claimed that energy problems were due to maintenance issues, What? It isn't another attempted coup? Will the state be handing over full wages to their employees? Venezuelan energy demands fall as part-time state employees and their families die from starvation.
It's Spiderman's fault.... seriously a little bird told me.
Another Web of lies, they never learn.
One cannot but wonder what is basically wrong.
All over Latin America one observes countries, that look promising for some time, and then everything goes Poof! and the economy comes crashing down.
As it is all of Latin America, it looks as if someting went wrong at the very beginning.
Yes, I think you will find that corruption is at the heart of the matter and of course the Latin laziness.
That's a generalisation.
WOW... This is GREAT!
Government employees get off work at 1:00. Wish I could do that.
Of course, their overall productivity won't be impacted. Critical government responsibilities must be efficiently handled.
I suppose they can take the extra time to enjoy the shopping options.
The current situation in Venezuela is a criminal tragedy of epic proportions. The sickeningly corrupt Boli-borguisie are killing a beautiful country. Millions are suffering at the hands of the incompetent administration yet the Chavista elite is getting very rich, very quickly.
I hope they burn in Hell for what they have done to Venezuela.
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