The main field crops are sugarcane, rice, corn, and sorghum, and the chief fruits are bananas, plantains, oranges, coconuts, and mangoes. Insomma, nello scambismo si può liberare tutta la propria fantasia e la libidine nascosta. . Cultural life in the national capital offers, among other attractions, the Ballet Nuevo Mundo de Caracas. There are 14 universities, both national and private, including the University of Venezuela (founded in 1725 Los Andes University (1785 Simón Bolívar University (1970 and the Open University (1977). At this point, Venezuela's future seemed assured, and public expenditures increased. An estimated 300,000 illegal immigrants, most of them Colombians, were living in Venezuela in 1985. Services were the second-largest sector, with.2 share of the economy, while agriculture came in last with only.6 share. The National Securities Commission, established in 1973, oversees public securities transactions. According to Venezuela's government agency responsible for regulating the country's natural gas sector, Enagas, more than 70 of the nation's output of natural gas was consumed by its petroleum industry, which re-injects the gas to aid in the extraction of crude oil. Though the present constitution provides for a referendum on the continuance of the president in office midway through his term, that is, in August 2003, this also appeared too long to wait, particularly since it was quite likely Chávez would win such a referendum..