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Venezuelan authorities have introduced a shortened working day "in order to strengthen the national energy system"

Venezuelan authorities have introduced a shortened working day "in order to strengthen the national energy system"

The Venezuelan leadership introduced a shortened working day and school day in the context of the work on the restoration of electricity supply after a series of outages. On this, as reported TASS, on Tuesday, "said the Minister of Communications and Information Jorge Rodriguez on Twitter.
“The Bolivarian government informs the people that after a holiday in Holy Week to strengthen the national energy system in the face of a terrorist attack, it was decided to introduce a special schedule,” the head of department wrote. “The working day will last until 2 pm, and school hours from 7 to 12 hours".
In March, several mass outages occurred in Venezuela, when Caracas and most of the states remained without electricity. According to the government, the cause was a sabotage at the Simon Bolivar hydroelectric station.
In many de-energized regions, a wave of robberies has swept, only in the state of Zuliya, the damage caused by the actions of intruders exceeded $ 50 million.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro blamed the accident on "American imperialism", the US State Department denied the accusations.
The crisis in Venezuela worsened after January 23, Guaydo, whose appointment to the post of speaker of parliament two days earlier, annulled the Supreme Court of Venezuela, declared himself the acting president of the country. The United States recognized him as interim head of state, the countries of the Lima Group (with the exception of Mexico), the Organization of American States and a number of European countries joined them.
Maduro called the incident an attempted coup and announced the severance of diplomatic relations with the United States. Russia, Belarus, Bolivia, Iran, China, Cuba, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Syria and Turkey expressed their support for it.
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