The technological favors of China for which Maduro defends Huawei

The pulse between the US and China, at the expense of Huawei, has a surprise guest: Nicolás Maduro. The revolutionary leader announced on Thursday that he has ordered "an immediate investment, together

  • Commercial War.Maduro defends Huawei against the US: "Immediate investment with our Chinese brothers"

The pulse between the US and China, at the expense of Huawei, has a surprise guest: Nicolás Maduro. The revolutionary leader announced on Thursday that he has ordered " an immediate investment, together with our Chinese brothers and the Chinese technology of Huawei , of ZT, of all Chinese companies and all Russian companies for us to raise telecommunications capabilities and realize in Venezuela, the 4G system nationwide. "

The "son of Chávez" assured that Huawei, vetoed by the US after being accused of espionage, will continue in Venezuela and described as "tremendous aggression" the measures taken by the government of Washington. Caracas' response comes hours after Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi claimed the international community's disapproval of the " daring and self-centered approach of the US ."

China is a key ally for Chavism , beyond that the authorities in Beijing act insatiably on Venezuelan raw materials, whether oil, gold, diamonds, coltan and thorium, the so-called clean uranium, key element in the nuclear industry of the Asian giant. The Bolivarian defense of Huawei contrasts with the likes of Chavismo leaders, who use iPhone and Ipad without restraint , especially since Blackberry disappeared from circulation.

Beijing has provided the revolution with the technology necessary to activate the country's identity card, a tool of social control with which the Maduro government operates from subsidized food programs to the delivery of economic bonds to "patriots" to mitigate the contribution scarce minimum wage, which does not reach today or six euros. Through this Chinese technology, those who attended the voting centers were also controlled in the presidential elections .

Venezuelans not only suffer today a crisis that would serve as a script for a pre-apocalyptic series, they also enjoy the third slowest internet in the world and the fifth worst in mobile telephony . A terrible technology also hit by constant blackouts and electric rationing.

The icing on the cake revolutionary puts the state telecommunications agency , Conatel, in charge of the constant blockades against media, which has been sophisticated since the challenge posed by the president in charge, Juan Guaidó, and the democratic Parliament: every time the leader opponent presides a plenary, makes a statement or visits somewhere in the country Internet starts to fail, affecting YouTube, Twitter, Periscope, Google and other social networks.

It is precisely the president of Conatel, Colonel Jorge Márquez, who is in charge of carrying out the investments with Huawei through a new Venezuelan Telecommunications Corporation. The military man, who also serves as Minister of the Presidency, "is a man studied in postgraduate studies in the People's Republic of China, speaks perfect Chinese, writes perfect Chinese and several languages," Maduro said during the First Fair of Innovation and Technology of the Force. National Bolivarian Navy (FANB). The Chavez chief defended Huawei escorted by the two most powerful military in the country: General Vladimir Padrino, Minister of Defense, and Commander Remigio Ceballos.

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