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Juan Guaidó collected .6 million funds plundered from Venezuela

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Juan Guaidó collected .6 million funds plundered from Venezuela

Caracas, Nov 6 (Prensa Latina) The opposition leader Juan Guaidó, recognized by the United States as President of Venezuela, collected over .6 million in funds plundered from Venezuela in 2021, a specialized source reported.
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According to documents from alleged interim government, cited by the Misión Verdad research and analysis portal, Juan Guaidó received at least five payments worth ranging from $37,000 to $1.9 million from March to September 2021.

These resources were originally looted from Venezuela´s assets abroad, through sanctioning US mechanisms.

On January 23, 2019, the then deputy Juan Guaidó proclaimed himself president in charge of Venezuela, an event supported by the former US President Donald Trump administration that opened the doors to block billions of dollars in Venezuela´s assets abroad.

Oil Corporation Citgo, a subsidiary of Petróleos de Venezuela in the United States, gold reserves deposited in the Bank of England, as well as the petrochemical company Monómeros, located in Colombia, are Venezuela´s major assets plundered under the supposed authority of the interim government.

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