28 ministers were implicated in corruption cases


November 27, 2018 1:24 PM
Updated November 27, 2018 1:27 PM

Freddy Superlano, chair of the National Assembly Comptroller's Committee, said on Tuesday that 28 Venezuelan ministers had been implicated in corruption cases by Odebrecht, which were not investigated by the Attorney General's Office.

"We began investigations in June through credit lines of private companies registered in Anzoátegui that bought foreign currency at a preferential price," said Alberto Alberto Franchesqui, who is now a member of Globovisión's direct board. Member.

Superlano recalled that Raul Gorrín, president of Globovisión, was summoned on October 4 by Parliament for an investigation into alleged involvement in corruption cases.

"There is the political will to investigate what should be investigated, to know that President Chavez is the creator of the scaffolding of corruption that we see today and that Nicolás Maduro exacerbated it," he reiterated.

Superlano said that Venezuela is ruled by "a corrupt leadership."


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