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Venezuela's government shot schools in suspended working hours on Friday after Caracas and other major cities a walk without electricity as a problem struck the country's main hydroelectric plant on Thursday the blackout has fueled anger among citizens the collapse of public services is what it is the public services are good for absolutely nothing in this country the lights just went out that's something that's normal in our daily lives and it's a disaster because the measure is the main means of transportation and of course it doesn't work , local media and Twitter users reported that the outage was affecting fifteen of the country's twenty three states critics say corruption and under investment have left Venezuela's babble grid unable to function the oil rich nations economy has collapsed under hyper inflation with chronic shortages of food and medicine and a mass exodus of more than three million citizens electricity cuts cuts in water gas and gasoline in everything here in this country really president Nicolas Maduro called the outage an act of sabotage and cleans Venezuela's problems are intentionally created by political adversaries including America U. S. secretary of state Mike Pompeii %HESITATION hit back on Thursday tweeting quote the power outage and the devastation hurting ordinary Venice balance is not because of the USA it's not because of Columbia it's not Ecuador or Brazil Europe or anywhere else power shortages and starvation of the result of the Maduro regimes incompetence meanwhile the country's opposition is promising frustrated Venice but ends up better future with interim president one why do tweeting quote Venezuela knows that the light will arrive with the end of the usurpation