Blackout paralyzed Venezuela


10.05.11. In 11 of the 23 states of Venezuela on May 9 lost electricity. As a result, the road was a large cork. The Ministry of Energy was assured that 90% of the affected areas have returned to the light, and engineers are working to restore power to the rest of the country.
Large-scale power outages remain a serious problem in Venezuela, 70% of the electricity which produces one HPP. Last year, President Hugo Chavez canceled the rationing of electricity in the country but there is still a shortage of it. The Venezuelan government plans to count on Russia, which signed an agreement to build a nuclear power plant.

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