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Plan de la Patria, Segundo Plan Socialista de Desarrollo Económico y Social de la Nación 2013-2019 (Country Plan, Second Socialist Plan for Economic and Social Development of the Nation 2013-2019)

La República Bolivariana de Venezuela Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Venezuela 2013 Policy document development, plan, social development

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Este Plan de Desarrollo Económico y Social de la Nación 2013-2019 que contempla cinco grandes objetivos históricos, a saber:
I. Defender, expandir y consolidar el bien más preciado que hemos reconquistado después de 200 años: la Independencia Naciona.
II. Continuar construyendo el socialismo bolivariano del siglo XXI, en Venezuela, como alternativa al sistema destructivo y salvaje del capitalismo y con ello asegurar la “mayor suma de seguridad social, mayor suma de estabilidad política y la mayor suma de felicidad” para nuestro pueblo.
III. Convertir a Venezuela en un país potencia en lo social, lo económico y lo político dentro de la Gran Potencia Naciente de América Latina y el Caribe, que garanticen la conformación de una zona de paz en Nuestra América.
IV. Contribuir al desarrollo de una nueva Geopolítica Internacional en la cual tome cuerpo un mundo multicéntrico y pluripolar que permita lograr el equilibrio del Universo y garantizar la Paz planetaria.
V. Preservar la vida en el planeta y salvar a la especie humana.

The Second Socialist Plan for Economic and Social Development of the Nation includes five major objectives, namely:
I. Defend, expand and consolidate the most precious resource Venezuela have reconquered after 200 years: National Independence
II. Continue to build a bolivarian socialismin Venezuela, as alternative to capitalism and thereby ensuring the "greatest amount of social security, the greatest amount of political stability and the largest amount of happiness" for our people.
III. Turning Venezuela into a country power socially, economically and politically within the great rising power of Latin America and the Caribbean.
IV. Contribute to the development of a new international geopolitics.
V. Preserve life on the planet and save the human race

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