Venezuelan social, political and economic detachment in times of pandemic
Since the beginning of Nicolas Maduro’s government, Venezuela has been living an unprecedented political, economic and social crisis, with extremely important humanitarian consequences, with a clear political and economic management problem remaining.
The country depends on imports of food, medicines and other products necessary for the maintenance of transportation and infrastructure sectors, experiencing today the biggest crisis in its history, with the exodus of about 5 million Venezuelans in recent years that the crisis worsened, according to UN data.
Several reasons are at the base of this crisis, namely the oil crisis, the high dependence on imports, hyperinflation and the political crisis.
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