June 14, 2019 3:06 pm
Updated on June 14, 2019 17:18 PM
Roberto Lückert, honorary archbishop of Coron, thanked US President Donald Trump for "opening his eyes" by letting the Venezuelans know all the money they had.
"I ask myself, I ask Venezuelans: what our government did with the money it had in the US bank, without a hospital, without health, in a place without life, I am a Venezuelan, Venezuela has no right to live where it currently lives, "he said. Lucat said at a new official announcement at Un Nuevo Tiempo this Friday in Maracaibo.
Lückert writes, "I distinguish poverty as a priest, poverty is a virtue of Christianity, but it is not miserable, unhappiness is unjust, and what is happening in Venezuela is unjust misfortune."
Prior to the arguments of the journalists in the bill, the solution to the national problem was election: "The conversation will take us to the elections, but the government is insulting and it is very difficult to communicate."
"There is no water, no light, no survival, we have no value for 20 years, when Venezuelans are up and tired, Venezuela is not worthy of living," said Montenegrin Roberto Lukart, Said. pic.twitter.com/nWyHWA6qZL
– TV Venezuela News (@TVVnoticias) June 14, 2019