President Nicolas Maduro inaugurates a plenary session of the Federal Council of Government

Caracas, January 26, 2023 (Presidential Press Office) – To outline efficient strategies based on the seven lines of work for the year 2023, the President of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro, installed this Thursday the plenary session of the Federal Council of Government.

The meeting, which takes place in Palacio Blanco in Caracas, is part of the “Government of the 7 Lines”, a national, regional, and municipal management mechanism that outlines the new stage of the Street Government, together with the People’s Power.

In this regard, the “Government of the 7 Lines” is erected based on priority areas linked to economic growth, social protection, People’s Power, comprehensive security and guarantee of justice, 1×10 of Good Governance, independence, and decolonization; and consolidation of the Patria Grande.

“Seven strategic lines of shared work, a fair and necessary vision to go rowing towards the same port,” emphasized the head of state, Nicolas Maduro, when reiterating that -through the “Government of the 7 Lines”- it will be possible to “optimize the effort in all senses.”

In the year 2022, the Federal Council of Government dedicated financial resources to the recovery of the capacities of public services. In this sense, 35% of the funds would be invested in water, 25% in electricity, 20% in roads, 10% in gas, and 10% in solid waste.

The work agenda also included the public safety and health sectors, the latter of which allocated financial resources for comprehensive infrastructure rehabilitation.

On the other hand, the Secretariat of the Federal Council of Government, in charge of Guy Vernaez, guided its actions to promote the articulation to “carry out the collective and democratic reins of the Federal Council of Government,” as stated by President Nicolas Maduro in January 2022.

In the 2022 period, in addition to the Vice-President of the Republic, Delcy Rodriguez, the Federal Council of Government was integrated by the Vice-Presidents of Economy, Tareck El Aissami, and Public Works and Services, Nestor Reverol.

The governors of Miranda, Hector Rodriguez; Amazonas, Lizeta Hernandez; and Cojedes, Jose Alberto Galindez, also participated. Representing the mayors were Carmen Melendez of the Libertador municipality (Caracas), Luis Jonas Reyes of Iribarren (Lara), and Gustavo Fernández of San Francisco (Zulia).

The Federal Council of Government, established in Article 185 of the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, is in charge of the coordination and planning of policies and actions for the development of the decentralization process and the transfer of competencies from the Executive Power to the states and municipalities.

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