Venezuela Implements Commissions to Fight Economic Aggression

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    Caracas, Feb 5 (Prensa Latina) Venezuela implemented today in all states of the country control committees to fight induced shortages, hoarding and speculation fostered by Venezuelan right-wing sectors. President Nicolas Maduro said that committees are made up of members of the Government, the Bolivarian National Armed Forces, the Peopleâ�Ös Power and activists of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela and the Great Patriotic Pole.

    The setting-up of those committees, which began on January 27 in the Miranda and Districto Capital states, will be completed next Sunday, said Maduro.

    With these actions, the Government seeks to gradually stabilize the economic sector, disturbed by opposition groups with foreign support, he said. According to Maduro, the distribution, supply and pricing system of all products must be controlled, as well as services, to counter the current situation caused by the right-wing.

    In Venezuela the goods are manufactured but opposition groups hoard basic products, they hide them, they speculate and cause shortages, said Maduro.
    Prensa Latina News Agency - Venezuela Implements Commissions to Fight Economic Aggression

    Venezuela fights back.
     
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    Cant hoard whats not there.......... they want to fight econ agression they should depose the author of this wreck Maduro
     
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    Because the US is afraid of Venezuela. I understand completely.
     
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    Exactly how did US get dragged into this.........cant even stay on your own topic
     
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    What do you think they are doing in Venezuela, sweetie?
     
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    Standing in line for hrs cause there is nothing to buy cause you cant make enough off the product you sell to restock because of artificially low govt mandated prices. People anywhere near the border are crossing to find food.........slow starvation.......thats the paradise Maduro has erected.
     
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    Hoarding and speculation are the problems but more specifically it is coming from foreign governments. Obviously, the US is afraid of Venezuela.
     
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    Do tell ....this I gotta hear.........
     
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    Of course the US is afraid. If it wasn't for the sabotage and intervention of the infidels who don't share the morality of collectivist humanism, the world's exalted central planners, men cut from the same proud cloth as Chairman Mao (may he rest in eternal glory) would have legislated mankind's way to utopia long ago. If the US allowed strong idealistic executives like the wise masters of Venezuela to show us the way to Nirvana, they would have to do away with the myth that happiness lies in an individual's ability to pursue his or her own values. GLORY TO THE PROLETARIAT! And may the will of the majority never be fettered by the opinions of the less!
     
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    Even Cuba is making contingencies for Venezuelan implosion to avoid their own........Maybe Maduro should start charging Castro full price......do it for the children
     
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