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Caracas_ Venezuelans are resuming work activities on Friday after two days of interruption due to the electric power sabotage perpetrated on March 25 against the Simon Bolivar Hydroelectric Power Plant (El Guri), Prensa Latina reports.

Minister of Communication and Information Jorge Rodriguez posted on Twitter that no school will open until next week so education workers are creating all conditions to welcome back the students.

Rodriguez said that as part of the period of 'defense and counterattack to face the terrorist aggression against our National Electric Power System (SEN)', the Venezuelan government is working to restore as soon as possible the basic services of the population, and thus recover the territorial stability.

Rodriguez said on Thursday that the SEN has been attacked four times in March, including in more than 250 attacks in the past two years to affect the energy generation and energy distribution of Venezuela, with the intention of creating internal chaos and justifying the supposed humanitarian crisis encouraged by the rightwing.

The Minister informed the Executive is deploying a reconstruction phase and a total resizing of the SEN, shield of the oil industry, and establishing mechanisms for maintenance, communication and security in the systems.

Facing the early response from the entities in charge to completely restore the electric power service, Rodriguez urged Venezuelans to maintain civility and save energy.

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