The Venezuelan government is seeing signs of what it calls “right-wing sabotage” in the oil industry and in the public services infrastructure.
President Maduro warned yesterday via twitter (@NicolasMaduro) that the “invisible hand of the right does not stop in its attack against or people. Justice will be made.”
On Friday, June 5, the PSUV governor of Aragua, Tareck El Aissami, announced that a fire at an electric sub-station near La Victoria, had been caused by an act of sabotage on Thursday. The fire caused a blackout in the central region of the country, including parts of Caracas.
Also on Thursday the Attorney General’s office announced that three workers of the oil industry, and five persons unrelated to the industry, had been arrested for an “act of sabotage” against oil installation in Monagas.