O exchange rate in Venezuela opened Monday again on the rise, before the bankrupt protest on Sunday due to the blockade of roads that prevented the attendance of the responsible president, Juan Guaidó, a demonstration against the regime of Nicolás Maduro, according to reported the opponent.
O dollar in the parallel market today stands at 5,813.74 Venezuelan Bolivares, an increase of more than 180 bolivares in comparison with the price of the previous session, where it stood at 5,627.63, according to the portal Dolar today.
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The US currency briefly cut its bullish trend last week, however, overcame the psychological barriers of 4,000 and 5,000 units and is on track to surpass 6,000 bolívares in the face of the economic crisis in Venezuela.
Meanwhile, Guaidó insisted at the same time on his calls for a national protest for next Wednesday, May 1 – Labor Day – which he defined as the beginning of a "definitive phase" in his offensive against the socialist leader.
"The dictatorship has blocked roads and will not allow us to arrive … They will not stop us Today, (let's) prepare for May 1. Today, we will prepare to take the rest," said Guaidó. in an audio broadcast before thousands of people gathered this Sunday in Barquisimeto (Lara state, west), about five hours by car from Caracas.
The president assured that the protest convened on Wednesday will be the "biggest in history" of the country, which suffers a serious economic crisis, with hyperinflation projected at 10,000,000% by 2019 for the IMF and scarcity of commodities.