The president said that goals were met during that year through “collective work.”
The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, presents this Thursday the memory and account of 2022 before the National Assembly (AN), a year that has been described by the president as “of resistance” and “positive results” for the country.
Before going to Parliament, Maduro commented that 2022 was “a year of goals achieved” and “unmatched effort”, which achieved progress through “collective work”.
The Venezuelan president’s assistance to the legislature responds to a constitutional mandate that orders that within the first 10 days after the installation of the ANthe head of state must give an account of the political, economic, social and administrative aspects of his management, during the previous year.
Preparing to present the Report and Account for the year 2022 before the National Assembly and the Venezuelan people. A year of goals achieved, unmatched effort, resistance and positive results, the product of the collective work of all. Slope!
— Nicolas Maduro (@NicolasMaduro) January 12, 2023
Maduro has highlighted on other occasions that in 2022 it was also consolidated political peace of the country, through dialogue with the different sectors of the opposition, and that the economy improved despite the blockade and the sanctions imposed by the US and the European Union against Caracas.
He has also said that what has been achieved serves as a prelude to 2023, a year that he predicted will be “the best of all”, because it will bring economic “prosperity” and “stability” for the country, through foreign investment and the diversification of the economic model that is not dependent on oil income.