Hinterlaces: 72% of Venezuelans reject unilateral actions against Maduro


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(RNV) – A 72% of Venezuelans disagree with the unilateral actions imposed by the Government of the United States against the President of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro, to remove him from power, as reveals the most recent survey made by Hinterlaces.

The study, carried out at 1,580 households in the country between November 15 and 21, struck the vision of these attacks, based on sanctions against the head of state, representatives of public powers and the blockade of negotiations undertaken by Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), main enterprise of the Venezuelan people.

The survey also addressed the perception on other actors in institutional life, such as the National Constituent Assembly (ANC). The management of the plenipotentiary body is rated very good, good, fair to good by 53% of the interviewees.

This study also inquired about the performance of the Attorney General of the Republic, Tarek William Saab, who promotes investigations into cases of corruption against the oil sector, and 58% of respondents rated it favorably. The results of the survey were released this Sunday in the “José Vicente Hoy” (José Vicente Today) TV program.

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