Vets commemorate 31st anniversary of the civic-military rebellion February 4, 1992
In the Mountain Barracks in the 23 de Enero parish, Caracas, an act was held to commemorate the 31st anniversary of the civic-military rebellion of February 4th, 1992. The act was led by the first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela Diosdado Cabello, in addition, some of the military combatants of that heroic event that marked a before and after in the political history of Venezuela .
And it is that the early morning of that day sealed the path of a long process for the demands of the Venezuelan people; a civic-military rebellion where Lieutenant Colonel Hugo Chávez and the young revolutionary soldiers undertook a fight against inequality, the neoliberal package of the government on duty; For this reason, the soldiers who fought at his side that F4 honor the supreme leader Hugo Chávez.
On February 4, 1992, the history of Venezuela would change forever, after a lieutenant colonel barely 38 years old, named Hugo Chávez Frías, assumed responsibility for a civic-military rebellion that he led to restore the people’s dignit that was mired in poverty, product of the neoliberal policies applied by the government of the then president Carlos Andrés Pérez and the ex-presidents who preceded him for more than three decades.
By publicly acknowledging that “unfortunately , for now , the objectives that we set ourselves have not been achieved in the capital city ” , and with his courage assuming ” before the country and before you ” , ” the responsibility of this Bolivarian military movement ” , he returned the hope to millions of people, mortally wounding the Puntofijismo, which would come to an end on December 6, 1998 when he was elected, for the first time, President of the then Republic of Venezuela.