[Sorry guys, I’ve been busy killig tigers (that is how we call odd jobs here, to be clear with non Venezuelans: I’ll never harm any feline) and have had not much time to breath, let’s forget about archetypal reflection… but here goes a little pill.]
Roger Rondón, a deputy who is about to jump the fence and side with the opposition, said today that El Palito, Venezuela’s most important refinery, is practically kaput. In his words, the gas is transported there from Amuay and other refineries, and then embarked as if it had been produced in El Palito. Who will pay for this… I mean, besides us?
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