28 de marzo de 2016 22:14 PM
Actualizado el 28 de marzo de 2016 22:17 PM
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Sunday once again called for union and dialogue nationwide to build the country's new productive model that may "defeat the oil-centered rent-seeking model, imposed by the governments of the Fourth Republic."
On his Twitter account, Maduro urged Venezuelans "to join efforts (to find) the country's peace and prosperity, and to continue with productive talks with all those who love Venezuela," state-owned news agency AVN reported.
"As of tomorrow (Monday), (we will) resume the daily work to achieve peace and prosperity through the Bolivarian Economic Agenda and union of all," the local Head of State twitted as he stressed that "under the Bolivarian, revolutionary and Chavista ideals, we will face the economic war of bourgeois sectors."
Similarly, Maduro thanked over 200,000 security agents deployed nationwide to guarantee security and tranquility to millions of vacationers who traveled during the Holy Week.