Tania Diaz, vice president of Propaganda, Agitation and Communication of the PSUV, invited to tell the experiences of a people who worked, fought and defeated a coup d’Etat against President Hugo Chavez, planned in the centers of power in the world.
“We are going to tell our own story of April 13, as President Nicolas Maduro says, that communication is in social media, streets and walls, so we are going to meet in community, plan the mural, make a space of good environment, draw the sketch of the mural and all that process you tell us,” Diaz said.
Meanwhile, the Popular School of Audiovisual Production of Catia and the Venezuelan production company Alpargata Mediatica announced that they are working on a documentary “Key calls”, which changed the course of the events occurred those days in April.
“The idea arises from the phone call made by Maria Gabriela (Chavez’s daughter) to Fidel Castro and then to Cuban journalist Randy Alonso, to let the world know the truth of what was happening at that time”, the director of the audiovisual, Ernesto Segovia, told Prensa Latina.
The documentary will be dedicated to the protagonists of those telephone conversations (some of them of few seconds), which managed to disarm the media machinery and helped save the life of the president and the Bolivarian Revolution.