REPÚBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA
UNIVERSIDAD PEDAGÓGICA EXPERIMENTAL LIBERTADOR
“RAFAEL ALBERTO ESCOBAR LARA”
COURSE: READING AND WRITING II
Protests in Venezuela
Author: Isabela Ron
Professor: Ailin Rojas
Maracay, April 2014
This paper constitutes a complement to fulfill the requirements corresponding to the course Reading and Writing II of undergraduate studies in Education, specialty English as a Foreign Language. In the first section, it is presented the outline of an eight paragraph essay. In the second part, the text has been developed after a process of drafting and writing of outline, first draft, edition ...view middle of the document...
-Now, Venezuela is suffering its highest food shortages in five years with 26.2%
Detail 3: Besides, Shortages of food, medicines, spare parts and other inputs is estimated at 40%. The government's "solution" has imposed to that effect, a ration card.
Detail 4: Another important factor that has led to lack of food has been the closure or expropriation of food companies which has generated greater shortage of them.
Supporting Sentence 3: The third reason is the Inflation.
Detail 1: In Venezuela, the official exchange rate of 6.3 bolivars is black but the dollar is worth ten times more. Venezuelans are based on the black market to calculate the cost of living. That is why, it is increasingly expensive to live in Venezuela.
-At present, a part of the exchange system foreign exchange 6.30, became a rate of 11.30 per dollar and another around 50 bolivars per dollar.
Detail 2: In contrast, speculation in the automotive sector is one of the indicators that are most influencing current inflation because it increases the cost of land freight transport food, where more than 90% of the country's goods and services are distributed.
Detail 3: According to figures from the Central Bank (BCV) Venezuela was ranked with inflation more high in the world with more than 50% in the year 2013.
-As result of this, an ordinary citizen to live in the country where they generate a minimum wage, it is almost impossible to access a car where every day increases the dollar, price speculation is exaggerated and the cost of living is much more expensive every day.
Concluding Sentence: To conclude Venezuelans are protesting for the above reasons. In fact, protest is the criticism of the government, disagreements against them, abuse of power, etc. Therefore, Protestants want is the solution to their needs such as providing products that are not currently available in the market, such as milk, butter, sugar, coffee, soap, flour and other products. Also, they request that the uncontrolled inflation that exists in the country with respect to prices is regulated.
Final Comment: In short, the government must deal this situation, besides, provide citizens a better quality of life and meet the demands of the protesters because it is among the responsibilities of the regime.
Protests in Venezuela
From the beginning, a protest has been the public display of the opinion of a group of activists in the streets through the demonstration. The purpose of a demonstration is to show that a significant part of the population is in favor or against a particular policy, person, law etc. This occurs when citizens observe that their rights are violated. There are no agreements with the proposals implemented by the government and it does not contribute to its development as a citizen of the country. Today, protests in Venezuela have increased in recent years. Currently, it can be said that Venezuelans protest for three main reasons.
The first reason is the high levels of insecurity....