In the opinion of President Nicolás Maduro, union organizations must be included in the productive life of the organization, “they must be integrated into the productive processes to build true socialism.”
Such a statement was made by the President during a meeting held this Thursday with the Councils of Producers of the Industrial Sector (CPTT) from the Venezuelan rubber plant located in Los Guayos, Carabobo state.
The President emphasized the importance of building solutions into the production chain process.
“I think Chávez made an enormous contribution, theory and practice, and we must persevere with the working class in that direction. Reviving the theory of productive socialism and building a society based on the values of 21st century socialism,” he said. It is necessary to build.
“If we recognize capitalism, it will mean a return to the abyss, to hell. If we educate our children with new values, then surely there will be a future, we should not say the rot of western culture, its rotten forms, its plunder.
During the activity, President Manduro spoke to some employees of the producing companies, who raised special situations.
Heidi Camejo, spokeswoman for the Productive Council of Inversion Selva Workers in Caguas, Aragua state, commented that they are a company that manufactures Flexis cups, plastic lids, and has five printing, production and repackaging plants and a payroll of 108 employees, Out of which 20 classmates are hearing impaired.
Likewise, Camejo specified that they had a problem with raw materials, for which the head of state asked to work together with the PDVSA to guarantee it and avoid imports.
The focus of the matter will be in charge of the executive vice president, Delcy Rodríguez, who will be responsible for arranging meetings with the CPTT of the company Invergens Selva and Pedro Telecchia, president of Petroquimica de Venezuela (Pequiven). Formulate a plan that results in import substitution.
Maduro instructed, “We cannot be weak, we have to ensure all raw materials, so that imperialism does not come to cut us off raw materials from any national industry.”