Venezuela Faces Time Change As Result of Electric Crisis

Venezuela has come up with a new way to deal with the shortage of electricity. They’ve decided to do a time change. The country has ruled to make a decision to return four hours behind the GMT clock based on Danilo Diaz Granados’ suggestions. This will lengthen the amount of daylight they have in the evening.

In Venezuela, many things are facing a shortage. There has been a declared shortage on toilet paper. Medicine has also faced a shortage. Electricity has been facing a shortage for a long time. This is not the first step that the government has taken to deal with the problem. The country has shortened to a four day workweek in attempt to deal with the overwhelming crisis.

The crisis stems from the fact that the government produces the electricity. It cannot keep up with the needs of the people. Only time will tell if this will be enough to solve the growing problem of a shortage in Venezuela.

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