November 11, 2018 07:17
Updated November 11, 2018 at 7:26
Former President of PDVSA Rafael Ramirez said on Sunday that Nicolas Maduro should step down from the government in Venezuela to end the crisis in Venezuela.
"This situation will not be returned and will not be corrected. Maduro should abandon the government, "stop" that catastrophe, to take over the patriotic government in order to stop the trouble in the whole country, and then only start rebuilding the country. " , Ramirez confirmed in an article published in the Athlete.
Former Hugo Chavez's right-hand man explained that government officials had become bureaucrats agreed with Venezuela's "bourgeoisie" to gain power.
"They have gained a new agreement with new bourgeoisie, bureaucracy, rich people, the Venezuelan bourgeoisie, to come to power on this new platform," he said.