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More than 7 hours takes a tanker driver, but in Maracaibo reign "VIP" queues



More than 7 hours takes a tanker driver, but in Maracaibo reign "VIP" queues

The long queues of Maracaibo gas stations are not diminishing. More than 7 hours can take a tanker driver, and the so-called "VIP" tails are highlighted in several gas stations, in front of officials.

At Maracaybo Station, located a few meters from the Miranda building, near La Lempia Boulevard, the line of more than 50 cars was lost sight and no military presence. There is a VIP queue of about 10 cars, where private drivers and PDVSA employees are waiting for a tanker fast.

"I'm waiting for six hours, there's a lot of corruption, I'm a doctor, and I'm losing my day in queue, while others pay 40,000 cash in bulk and they're fast," said Roxana Palmar of Bolivar.

Amounts for receiving a VIP ticket at petrol stations vary between $ 5 and $ 10 or can be paid in Colombian peso.

At the same time, the devastation of the El Turgf bomb on the bypass 2 also prevails. There were two preferential queues that gathered more than 30 vehicles. "We are a collage here," the driver said ironically, while the "legal" line, on the other hand, was so long that San Rafael was embarking on urbanization with more than 150 vehicles.

Leaders protested because the line "was moving very slowly" in El Turf.

"I do not know what these cars are doing there, themselves, I'm here at 3:00 am and the line is moving very slowly, but that's why," said Arnaldo Lopez of La Paz.

In bombs like Amparo, located on the same road artery, though there was a line, it did not fill. The leaders waited for the arrival of the gandola. "Here we are waiting (…) they tell us that it is arriving for a while, here we are," said Romer Alvarez.

However, in Las Lomas E / S, the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB) arrived at 10:00 am to put the order on the site. The leaders who were in the neighborhood had to retire. "But wait for them to leave to see how this is a disaster again," said the driver.

El Carmen (Las Delisias) has consistently shown many people on islands and vehicles at both the entrance and the exits.

"Fire exceeds one, it's not possible for anyone to be more than 7 hours in queue than these … Where are the 25 intelligence teams that would end the mafia at the gas stations?" asked the Southern Osdalys Urdaneta from El Bajo.

El Stud (Av. Padilla) had a preferential line that came through the pump outlet. However, La Calzada EMI (El Milagro) was organized by soldiers.

Here's how the queue looks for employees in E / S Services Maracaibo.
This was the line of officials at E / S Services Maracaibo.

On this subject, Sulia's governor, Omar Prieto, said, "You are going to Syria or Afghanistan, and that's the same. We are kings, because in this war that the Gringos have offered us, we can still make and organize queues. Having an employee or a firefighter who at best tries to reload or put a family member or a friend can happen, but we are in complete war.

Admittedly, "There are a lot of questions about gasoline, there is inventory, if there is no gasoline, there are gas stations without gasoline distribution, but each time there is a break, the distribution cycle, which is usually about 400 stations of service, it collapses and we we start activating the Bajo plant, then installing the turbines, then pumping and distributing in the gandola, putting the gandola custody in order to empty the truck. "

On Tuesday, May 15, Interior Minister Justice and Peace Nestor Reverell said 25 state intelligence units were stationed in the state to investigate gas station accusations "to enforce the full burden of the law that we are going to hand over of the relevant criminal jurisdiction. "


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