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[商业新闻] 2016-05-05&05-07 委内瑞拉遭遇“电荒” 政府启动40天限电计划

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[Homework]2016-05-05&05-07 委内瑞拉遭遇“电荒” 政府启动40天限电计划

Girl drying her hair at a beauty salon, it's been a daily routine for Glenda Bolivar for a long time. -You don't want to see my natural hair, she says. But for now, her natural style will have to do.   
As part of measures to save power, the Venezuela government has had people to reduce the use of hair dryers and other electrical devices, like microwave ovens.  
-Pretty soon, we will be only able to use candles like the old times, she says.
Earlier this month, President Nicolas M* decreeded four-day workweek, forcing people, especially government workers, to take Fridays off. And now Venezuela energy minister Rism* says, there will be rolling blackouts.
-The four-hour-long blackouts will happen each day nationwide. The energy minister says, they will begin Monday and will last forty days. Why? Venezuela officials say a draught caused by the El Nino weather pattern has greately reduced Venezuela's ability to produce enough power and a dam that provides 75% of the country's electricity.
Water levels at the great dam are very low. The minister says, the blackouts will allow levels to stabilize. Outside observers were experts on Velezuela affair say it's not El Nino's fault but years of mismanagement, like the investment in the power grid by the socialist government.
M* was deeply embarrassed last month, when the power went out during a speech broadcast alive on national television, a little taste of the bitter reality average Venezuelans endure on a daily basis. Ra*, CNN.

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