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¡NO APTO PARA CARDÍACOS! Mira las estratosféricas tarifas del transporte público en Venezuela

People wait at a bus stop in Caracas on August 24, 2018 a day after the government of President Nicolas Maduro raised public transportation prices. Oil-rich Venezuela is struggling with an economic and political crisis following four years of recession that has seen more than two million people flee the country, according to the United Nations. The country is facing food and medicine shortages, and failing public services such as running water, electricity and transport. / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA

El vicepresidente de Comunicación e Información, Jorge Rodríguez, confirmó que las nuevas tarifas estratosféricas del transporte público entran en vigencia desde este viernes 24 de agosto de 2018, dato que no estaba establecido desde su anuncio este jueves.

“Desde hoy mismo (viernes) comienza a regir la nueva tarifa del transporte en esos montos. Un bolívar soberano en el caso del transporte privado y el transporte público la tarifa es de 0,50. Esto incluye el metro de Caracas, Bus Caracas, los transportes Trans que hay en algunos lugares del país y la tarifa regirá hasta que se inicie el proceso de subsidio a la gasolina”, manifestó Rodríguez durante una rueda de prensa ofrecida desde el Palacio de Miraflores.

Sostuvo que una vez iniciado este proceso se establecerán los mecanismos del nuevo precio del transporte. Por el momento, el vicepresidente del área Económica, Tareck El Aissami, y la vicepresidenta Delcy Rodríguez, sostendrán -desde este viernes y hasta el domingo- reuniones con el sector medicinas, aseo personal, autopartes, ropa y calzado.

Mucha incertidumbre tenían los usuarios y conductores del transporte público sobre la implementación de este nuevo aumento, que desde ya, merma el bolsillo de los venezolanos:

A commuter pays his ticket at a bus stop in Caracas on August 24, 2018 a day after the government of President Nicolas Maduro raised public transportation prices.
Oil-rich Venezuela is struggling with an economic and political crisis following four years of recession that has seen more than two million people flee the country, according to the United Nations. The country is facing food and medicine shortages, and failing public services such as running water, electricity and transport. / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA
People wait at a bus stop in Caracas on August 24, 2018 a day after the government of President Nicolas Maduro raised public transportation prices.
Oil-rich Venezuela is struggling with an economic and political crisis following four years of recession that has seen more than two million people flee the country, according to the United Nations. The country is facing food and medicine shortages, and failing public services such as running water, electricity and transport. / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA
People wait at a bus stop in Caracas on August 24, 2018 a day after the government of President Nicolas Maduro raised public transportation prices.
Oil-rich Venezuela is struggling with an economic and political crisis following four years of recession that has seen more than two million people flee the country, according to the United Nations. The country is facing food and medicine shortages, and failing public services such as running water, electricity and transport. / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA
People wait at a bus stop in Caracas on August 24, 2018 a day after the government of President Nicolas Maduro raised public transportation prices.
Oil-rich Venezuela is struggling with an economic and political crisis following four years of recession that has seen more than two million people flee the country, according to the United Nations. The country is facing food and medicine shortages, and failing public services such as running water, electricity and transport. / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA

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