Industrialization plan promoted in the poor neighborhoods of El Panal 2021 Commune in Caracas

This Tuesday, under the guidelines of President Nicolas Maduro, national government authorities held an assembly in Caracas with the spokesmen and spokeswomen of the Comuna El Panal 2021 of the 23 de Enero parish. During the assembly the People’s Power presented a series of proposals to activate a pilot for the neighborhoods’ industrialization in the country’s cities as a method of productive development.

This plan’s ultimate goal is to satisfy human needs in the communities, for which production displaces capitalist modes is necessary. On the other hand, the project must be carried out with technical accompaniment and good practices from all relevant sectors of the State, interconnect productive experiences from Commune to Commune and take advantage of technologies to complement productive capacities.

“In our neighborhoods, the working class assumed the warehouses. It is not a commercial issue. It is a political issue for life. […] The first thing is to categorize, to give it the class concept”, said Robert Longa, a communal spokesman during the assembly.

During the development of the meeting, the Minister of People’s Power for Communes and Social Movements, Jorge Arreaza, stressed the need to industrialize productive processes in the neighborhoods and foster the conscious working class.

“In our neighborhoods, there are spaces where we could develop industrial processes. For this purpose, a study must be made of the productive chains from their origin, from the seed to their final processing, to identify which link of the chain could incorporate the People’s Power”, he explained.

Minister Arreaza reiterated that, it is in the Commune where socialism is born, “to satisfy the needs, for life […] The organized people must be communal efficiency”.

Attending the assembly were the sectoral Vice-President for Economy, Tareck El Aissami; and the Ministers for Food, Carlos Leal Telleria; Fishing and Aquaculture, Juan Carlos Loyo; Urban Agriculture, Greicys Barrios; and National Commerce, Dheliz Alvarez.

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