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Now, estimated that they are 136,000 employees who do not have the slightest experience in the industry and are dedicated to the missions or other obligations before Pdvsa had not. The most serious of this situation of this industry is that productivity levels have dropped considerably, in 1998 the production was above four million barrels a day. According to official figures from OPEC, Venezuela currently – produces 2 million 300 thousand barrels per day, while the regime ensures it stands at more than three million barrels. On the other hand in order to increase increase some data which help to evaluate the Venezuelan reality, are exposed which presents aporrealos.com and point out. When arrived Hugo Chavez there were 900 thousand workers in the public administration, but today they work 2.3 million. The President of PDVSA WINS currently 60 thousand bolivares fuertes more 5% of aid from city, plus expenses of representation, 4 months of utilities, 45 days of vacation bonus, bonus of productivity and supply electronic card.

97% Of the crimes committed in the country go unpunished. Reports of assassination attempt pass of 46. PDVSA for 2002 had 45,000 employees and now has 100 thousand and half not working. The Government has spent nearly $ 12 billion, estatizando companies. In Venezuela 70% of young people not graduating Bachelor’s degree. 51% Of citizens declare their independent national Government has intervened over 600 farms (2.5 million hectares). The Government has spent more than 8 billion dollars on arms purchases.

The strong bolivar has lost 55% of its purchasing power. Inflation accumulated during the 11 years of Chavez is 733%. The food basket for the month of November stood at 1.921,41 Bs F (CENDAS). During the 2009 GDP ended negative 2.9 percent. The Government has a 731 media media latifundia. The number of homicides for 1998 was 4,500 and for 2009 It reached 19,400 people.

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