In his capacity as political Head of the Caracas Cathedral parish, the People’s Power Ministry for Foreign Relations participated this Thursday in the beginning of a mural alluding to the Battle of Carabobo, whose bicentennial will be celebrated on June 24, on the external front wall of the Civil Registry.
The person in charge of communal councils and communes of the parish for the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (Psuv), Alexander Sánchez, indicated that the spokespersons of communal councils, Clap, Jpsuv of the Cathedral parish participate in the construction of the mural and constitute a tribute to the patriots who with Simón Bolívar fought, in 1821, the decisive feat in Carabobo, which sealed the independence of Venezuela from Spanish colonization.
The also spokesman for the Communal Council 4F Mountain Barracks pointed out that through the mural they want to communicate that “we keep fighting for our sovereignty and independence”. He thanked the Foreign Ministry for its contribution, led by Minister Jorge Arreaza, to carry out the work.
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Likewise, Yolanda Omaña, Executive Secretary of the Psuv in the Cathedral parish, said that the mural responds to a guideline of the Bolivarian Government on the occasion of the bicentennial era, and that it is possible thanks to the joint effort between the organized community and part of the political team of the party.
The muralist work is also part of the Beauty Caracas Plan and the Point and Cirlce strategy entrusted to the Foreign Ministry by the National Executive. It is the first of three murals in which the diplomatic office plans to collaborate, through the Citizen Attention Office in the parish, in the context of the Bicentennial of the Battle of Carabobo.