Venezuelans Called to Great March in Defense of Sovereignty

Caracas - Venezuelan revolutionary forces are called on Wednesday to a great popular demonstration in defense of the nation''s sovereignty on International Workers'' Day.

After the attempted coup d'état led by opposition sectors, President Nicolas Maduro ratified the call to the workers to mobilize today to continue moving along the path of work, solidarity, construction and defense of peace, unity and democracy.

'We have a large mobilization in the country this May Day, we must continue the march. If imperialism attacks, love, work and a lot of strength,' the president said on Tuesday in a speech from the Miraflores Palace, the seat of government.

For his part, Dario Vivas, vice president of Mobilization and Events of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), noted that the march will take place on streets and highways from Valle-Coche Avenue to the Miraflores Palace.

'We organize ourselves in a large caravan of vehicles and motorcycles this Wednesday to celebrate Labor Day,' he said.

The working class in the country will be mobilized and will get to the seat of Executive, in downtown Caracas, Vivas said.

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