Maduro hopes that the new agenda will make it possible to erase the inequalities that exist on the planet

27 September 2015

The president of Venezuela affirmed that the new agenda for sustainable development must be to encourage a world of equals, to erase the inequities that cause all the miseries on the planet.

Nicolás Maduro participated today in the Sustainable Development Summit. In his speech, he affirmed that poverty is the daughter of inequality imposed by systems of domination for centuries.

“If we want to meet the great objectives that we set ourselves today, without a doubt we have to consider the construction of another economic model, another social model, another model of power relations in the world for the next 15 years.”

The Venezuelan president argued that without the transformation of the unjust model of single thought and the impositions that are made by international financial organizations, it will not be possible to achieve the fulfillment of the 17 desired and noble objectives that are proposed for 2030.

Referring to his country, Maduro stated that during the last 15 years in which the Millennium Goals were applied, Venezuela experienced an economic, social and political revolution led by Hugo Chávez, which allowed the establishment of a wealth distribution system. and the empowerment of the poor.

He stressed that the immense wealth of Venezuela has been distributed for investment in education, housing, health, the right to food, and the right to life and that currently 62% of the investment of national wealth has been achieved in the development of your town.

At the end of his speech, the Venezuelan leader expressed his adherence to the 2030 Agenda and vowed that it becomes a human platform for the construction of peace, happiness and universal justice.

27 September 2015

The president of Venezuela affirmed that the new agenda for sustainable development must be to encourage a world of equals, to erase the inequities that cause all the miseries on the planet.

Nicolás Maduro participated today in the Sustainable Development Summit. In his speech, he affirmed that poverty is the daughter of inequality imposed by systems of domination for centuries.

“If we want to meet the great objectives that we set ourselves today, without a doubt we have to consider the construction of another economic model, another social model, another model of power relations in the world for the next 15 years.”

The Venezuelan president argued that without the transformation of the unjust model of single thought and the impositions that are made by international financial organizations, it will not be possible to achieve the fulfillment of the 17 desired and noble objectives that are proposed for 2030.

Referring to his country, Maduro stated that during the last 15 years in which the Millennium Goals were applied, Venezuela experienced an economic, social and political revolution led by Hugo Chávez, which allowed the establishment of a wealth distribution system. and the empowerment of the poor.

He stressed that the immense wealth of Venezuela has been distributed for investment in education, housing, health, the right to food, and the right to life and that currently 62% of the investment of national wealth has been achieved in the development of your town.

At the end of his speech, the Venezuelan leader expressed his adherence to the 2030 Agenda and vowed that it becomes a human platform for the construction of peace, happiness and universal justice.