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|Society & You - Social Critic|
|Thursday, 06 September 2012 02:14|
The residents of the community of Mata Redonda, in the Venezuelan city of Maracay , have made use of citizen media to report a possible disaster if the collapsed retaining wall that separates the area of Lake Valencia .
The discussion began with the publication of a YouTube video and its expansion through Twitter and Facebook. This problem was resumed the Valencia lake pollution and inadequate sanitation work.
In recent days there have shared different videos that indicate the possibility of an environmental disaster, and have discussed possible solutions or preventive measures. Many families are worried because they had nowhere to take refuge in case of flooding and other more light alarms without being seen.
You Ruckyto posted the video in question:
Hostos Romualdo, meanwhile, filmed the effect of rainfall in the area weeks ago:
Discussions have also extended to the intense race for the October elections. Many relate what they considered inattentive public institutions as one point for the campaign of President Hugo Chavez, and others emphasize the responsibility of communities and the solutions that have been given, and who can not take effect immediately.
In the blog world united for Venezuela comment: