DolarToday continues with dollar price highest in the country this Saturday, January 8, above the official rate of the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) a day after the regime of Nicolás Maduro denounced an electrical sabotage to hinder the elections in Barinas.
The Minister of Electric Power, Nestor Reverol He accused the “extreme right” of having “destabilizing sabotage plans through the electric war” with which “they intend to hinder the electoral process in the state of Barinas and the peace of its people.”
In a report sent to the local press, Reverol spoke of “a new attack against the electricity service infrastructure in the entity.”
In Barinas, the birthplace of Hugo Chávez (1954-2013), regional elections are being repeated after it became known that the opposition candidate, Freddy Superlano, who had more votes than the government candidate, Argenis Chávez, was disqualified.
On its platform, DolarToday manages a price of 4.92 Bs. In Venezuela. Meanwhile in Dollar Monitor on its website, which is updated every 30 minutes, it is 4.09.
In addition, DolarToday publishes a price of 5.57 bolivars per dollar in Cúcuta, a city on the border with Colombia where many people pass daily. The bitcoin dollar is at 4.62, while the petro cryptocurrency is at 257.71.
Dollar Monitor On Instagram, on his account @EnParaleloVzla, he left an average of 4.89 Bs. for this January 8.
The BCV closed with a price of 4.63 Bs.
With information from Sputnik