For hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans, this would be a non-event. For an ambassador, the case is less regular. Since may 3, the residence of Romain Nadal, stationed in Caracas, is deprived of electricity and therefore water, in a city to be supplied by pumps.
At first, nobody was concerned about both the power cuts, the " apagones ", the pace of life in Venezuela. They last a few hours, and then everyone pounces on his phone to recharge and turns the taps to fill bottles and bowls. The residence was equipped with a generator to g...
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Updated Date: 21 May 2020, 20:33