Patricia Poleo: not even Venezuelan diaspora in Miami wants Guaido

Patricia Poleo: not even Venezuelan diaspora in Miami wants Guaido

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Patricia Poleo Venezuelan journalist and winner of the King of Spain Journalism Award for her investigation into the whereabouts of Peruvian dictator Alberto Fujimori’s right-hand man, Vladimiro Montesinos. She is the daughter of the journalist Rafael Poleo, wife of the former student leader Nixon Moreno, a political scientist graduated from the University of the Andes, and former director of her father’s newspaper, El Nuevo País. She is known for her work and opposition to the current government in Venezuela.

She said that the Secret Service of the United States, which controlled access to the place, confessed that only 1800 people attended the activity he carried out in Miami, includes workers from the Miami Airport Convention Center (where the event was held), prepaid journalists and staff of security.

Poleo made it clear that the call was a complete failure, despite the fact that they used Venezuelan “influencers”, based in US, who charged an arm and a leg for advertising and gave no positive results.

She stressed that currently in the state of Florida in the US, more than 200,000 Venezuelans live and that the activity of Guaidó has only attended less than 1 percent shows that even the “diaspora” does not support Juan Guaidó.

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