Venezuelan far right does not deny US payments admitted by Elliott Abrams

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Venezuelan extreme right´s members,led by Juan Guaidó, have tried to destabilize the country to overthrow President Nicolás Maduro, did not deny the statements of the United States special envoy for Venezuela, Elliot Abrams, in which he admitted it , gave money from Donald Trump Government.

Regarding these statements, the Foreign Minister of the Republic, Jorge Arreaza, classified the conduct of these political actors as a disgrace to the people of Simón Bolívar, who are “happy to be on the CIA payroll.”

Some of Mr Guaidó’s envoys abroad have complained that they are effectively working for free and have not received payment they were expecting from US state sources. Mr Abrams did say that “a lot of back pay is owed” to the Venezuelan opposition’s overseas envoys and to National Assembly members but said “I think all that will happen before the end of the year”.
. Elliott Abrams al Financial Times

According to information revealed by the British newspaper Financial Times, Abrams confessed it the Government of Donald Trump pays some sectors of the Venezuelan opposition an open secret about the money that the group receives from the self-proclaimed Juan Guaidó to destabilize the country with the purpose of overthrowing President Nicolás Maduro.

This action turns several groups on the country’s right into mercenaries of the North American empire, since according to Abrams “many late payments are owed” to the envoys of the Venezuelan opposition abroad and to the members of the National Assembly, but he believes “that all this will happen before the end of the year ”.

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