National Armed Force Yesterday I saw a chain of radio and television with our Mr. President announced his visit to our country, I confess I had no stomach to see it in full because I was eating my late lunch ... What I could see was the bit warning and reminded that the poor old man, General Muller, about the inconvenience of a confundirsea with the issue of politicization of the National Armed Force (FAN) when in my opinion there is nothing more lucid and real recognition of the doubly retired general in the sense that the FAN is politicized and party-and there is no better proof that the mandatory exclamation that a Patria, Socialism and Muertea Are not as active members of FAN and members of the first proponents the nascent PUSV? ... I hope that someone is responsible to remind you that the Constitution (should call it moribund?) expressly forbids it ... But it is from these discussions gossip media I write today's presidential and shortly after (or was it before?) General warning, the President proudly showed us the strategic achievements of his visit to Iran, particularly in the area of the petrochemical industry. In his improvised and superficial read-revised brochure that supported his words with two or three things I want to emphasize one hand: If it is true that Venezuela is not producing syringes and other medical supplies primary plastic material for use and features are of high consumption and meant a huge expense in importing items and it seems great to occur in the country.

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