加拉斯居民Maria Rodriguez说：“我们的孩子想要喝水，但他们甚至不能喝一滴水。”另一名居民Angel Velazquez（Angel Velazquez）说，因为房子里没有水，他上班时只能在公司洗澡。
泉水，管道泄漏，排水沟，政府停放的油轮，以及流经Gallasaga的河流. Galasga居民Erima Wa Erimar Vale说在一次采访中说：“我们发现了一口井，我们不知道里面的水是否可以使用，但我们还是喝了。”
Joaquin Rodriguez, a 54-year-old lawyer, is one of the many protesters on the streets of Gallas with flags, cooking pots and whistling. He told reporters: "The national blackout has once again affected the quality of our lives. We have no lights. We have no water. Our mobile phones are not connected to the Internet. We are now facing a much worse situation than we think." p>
In response to the current shortage of water caused by power outages, Venezuela government officials said: "This situation will continue, there will be more power outages and limited power supply measures in the future." For reasons of power outage, the Maduro government said It is the deliberate destruction of the opposition. Analysts said that the aging of power infrastructure, inadequate grid investment and poor maintenance, and the loss of power industry personnel caused by the economic crisis have led to power outages.
At present, the lack of water and electricity has worsened the economic and living conditions of the Venezuelan people, and the public’s dissatisfaction with the Maduro government seems to have become more apparent. The opposition leader, Guaido, is also igniting the sidelines, encouraging his supporters to go to the streets to fight and march as long as there is a power outage.
Although Maduro now has the "blessings" of the Russian army and military aircraft, but only solve the basic problems of hydropower, which is related to the domestic people, can truly preserve their position as president!
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