LETTER: Canada has a role to play in Venezuela

LETTERS: Canada should support people of Venezuela

Editor:

In Venezuela, two presidents are having a fight.

Mr. Guaido and Mr. Maduro have been arguing about who should be president. Lots of innocent people are getting hurt, and surrounding countries are trying to send in help, but Mr. Maduro has closed the borders of Venezuela.

I think that Canada should support Mr. Guaido because he wants to liberate Venezuela and listen to the people. We can help the people in Venezuela by flying planes over Venezuela and dropping boxes full of supplies. Or we can fly over Venezuela and secretly pick up children and other people then send more planes over to get the people until all of them are out of Venezuela.

I think that what’s happening in Venezuela is a big deal and we need to do something about it.

Angela Cao, 9, Surrey

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