Hunger is the major problem in Venezuela now as the country is facing a food crisis. In order to manage the country’s food supply and manage it properly for the people, the Venezuelan army was given the responsibility, but instead of helping out the citizens, the army is selling food at prices 100 times the government set price.
“Lately, food is a better business than drugs. The military is in charge of food management now, and they’re not going to just take that on without getting their cut.” said retired Gen. Cliver Alcala.
The military carries out the discrimination in daylight whereas a good portion of Venezuelan population remains hungry.