Professor Chichi Paez

The conflict is a sign that there are broader truths and most beautiful perspectives. A.N. Whitehead overview, considerations, data Venezuela, as it is known, presents a very uncertain political scenario, product of a new socialist ideology that proclaims its Chairman, Lieutenant-Colonel Hugo Chavez, ideology that has generated discrepancies, controversies that led to conflicts, alterations, disharmony, presenting a turbulent scenario, where the economy, investment, government spending, the productive business sector, education, health, housing, social security, among others, leaves a great deal to say. There is a dissatisfaction very pronounced by the programs that the Government puts into action and that some, catalogued that threaten seriously to democracy, freedom, seriously affecting the economic, political and social stability in a very meaningful way, deteriorate the quality of life in Venezuela, where a significant number, especially the middle class, they feel threatened and fearful with regard to the expropriation of properties of enterprises, economic security, more, when the State has intervened in companies, banks, cultivated land, farms to cite some aspects. The truth, manifested serious problems in the management of the State, especially in matters concerning the management of public spending and its impact on the economic life of some agencies, especially public management. In this regard, our dear friend, Professor Chichi Paez, presents in his column of the Valencia Carabobeno newspaper 5 of September an article very informative on the results of public management, where reality is facing and the serious concern of this is observed.

Venezuela is immersed in a deep, economic, social and political crisis that in 2009 – manifested through: 1. the concurrence of a box of economic recession, with a fall of 2.9 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) which tends to deepen this year; 2. High and persistent inflation; 3 Sustained decline of oil production and greater reliance on oil prices; 4. Growing unemployment and underemployment; 5.