Jose Manuel Gonzalez is a politician and businessman from Venezuela. He was born in a Venezuelan countryside but moved to Caracas, the capital city of Venezuela, to look for education. He is extremely concerned with agriculture, food scarcity, and his country’s deteriorating financial systems. He believes that the failing economy of the country is due to his country’s poor government and mismanagement. To many Venezuelans, he is a symbol of hope, and if he is given an opportunity, Gonzalez’s plans, ideas, and skills might help to address Venezuela’s many economic miseries.
Jose Manuel Gonzalez has productively directed SGL, AmericTraders, Bridco, Thomas Pipe, and Technic, among other agricultural based companies. He was also the leader of Venezuelan Federation of Chamber of Commerce and was later appointed the governor to the Goarico National Assembly. These accomplishments have allowed Gonzalez to be a powerful politician and financier. He still has the trust of the common Venezuelans. He has remained a change supporter in the country.
The great agricultural industry knowledge makes him believe that he can help bring the Venezuelan administration in making a difference to Venezuelans. Gonzalez considers the idea that it is a parody to import food in Venezuela, while its home farmers trade harvests in the international market for survival. The government is not ready and willing to buy the Venezuelan farm produce. Gonzalez has also considered the Venezuelan desire to re-establish justice, freedom, and the country’s personal possession rights. He believes that these will help to encourage Venezuela’s financial and economic expansions.
Gonzalez also wants the government to bring an end to the now rampant kidnappings, and extortion for wealth. The Venezuelan government has had sloppy responses while combating these society injustices. Not only does he have the good objectives, he poses all the required proficiency in handling government resources, working with people to reach compromises and keep the citizens accountable. Gonzalez is backed up by many political organizations in Venezuela, for example, the Christian Party, Movement for Socialism, Progressive Advance, the Democratic Republican Union, and the Project Venezuela.
Gonzalez believes that he has the capacity to demonstrate good civic leadership, and depositing out until the government officials get the will and confessions to improve the Venezuelan economy.