Insecurity in Venezuela
In a survey conducted by The National Institute of Statistics, 81. 1% of respondents called insecurity as the main problem that makes up the country, in last December, theVenezuelan Violence Observatory (OVV) noted in 2011 as "the most violent year in history" in Venezuela, with 19,336 people killed.
Moreover Caracas is the most violent city in Venezuela, Someestimates put the homicide rate in Caracas at a maximum of 118 per 100,000 population.
This would make the Venezuelan capital in the fourth most dangerous city in the world after Mexico City Juarez,Kandahar in Afghanistan and San Pedro Sula in Honduras, according to a recent study presented by the Mexican activist group Security, Justice and Peace.
Solution: The solution for me is that to be apolice officer needed a high school graduate, that is to be a police officer is required to deal with a run, while increasing the salaries of these people encouraging their work and counteringcorruption . This applies in developed countries like USA, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy.
Unemployment in Venezuela
The president of the National Statistics Institute (INE), Elias Eljuri, saidThursday that despite the economic downturn occurred in 2009 and 2010, the unemployment rate remained stable.
"These numbers were maintained during the economic downturn during 2009 and 2010, meaningthat although the economy fell in 2009 and 2010, and began to recover in late 2010, unemployment remained fairly stable" said Eljuri in participating in a program segment space Dfrente the newsbroadcast by Venezolana de Television.
The highest authority of the INE reported that the unemployment rate for the month of April this year reached 8.1%. Noting that in reviewing this behavior can beobserved historically has been declining since the arrival of Hugo Chávez to the presidency in 1999 until this year 2011.
"When the President Hugo Chavez government in 1999, unemployment was around...
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