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Non-working days extended for two weeks in Venezuela

Governor of north-central Aragua state Tarek El Aissami said public services are secured

TODAY VENEZUELA- The Venezuelan government extended non-working days for two more weeks, a move aimed at stopping the “dramatic” fall of the water level of major Guri dam.

In this regard, governor of north-central Aragua state Tarek El Aissami announced the measure would remain unchanged for Wednesdays-Fridays until May 27 this year.

He further said school activities would be suspended on Fridays May 20 and 27.

El Aissami explained that with this initiative, the public administration would operate Mondays and Tuesdays, and he added that public services are guaranteed.

From El Universal

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