Venezuelan gov't, parliament flunked
Survey shows 67.5% of the population is pessimistic about the Venezuelan economy
Based on the poll, the country political situation was considered "unstable" (66.9%), and if a presidential election had been held in August 21-28, opposition leader Henrique Capriles would have pulled off victory with 43.1% of votes as against Maduro with 39.8%. Furthermore, people (48.3%) expressed their disagreement with the fact Nicolás Maduro was elected president, and 44.6% them said "Nicolás Maduro has ruined Hugo Chávez's legacy (late Venezuelan president) during his administration."
The poll showed 57.4% of the population disagrees with Parliament Speaker Diosdado Cabello's behavior. In the case of Parliament itself, 52% of interviewees look forward to hearing debates about how to "boost national production and reduce inflation and shortage." Meanwhile, 21.5% wants to see debates aimed at "stopping insecurity." The rest prefer debates on how "to ensure jobs for everyone" and how "to improve the situation of schools and hospitals."
At least 30 years had passed since his last visit to Caracas. He had little time to become an expert on moving about in such a complicated metropolis. Whether it was hopping on the subway, finding directions, playing waiting games at public agencies, eating whatever he could and sleeping wherever he could, Guerrero senior had been wandering the streets for 60 days, and thanks to "the boys" he found some sort of relief by way of helping hands.