According to Juan Guaidó, who the other day declared himself president in the chaotic Venezuela, is trying its imposed leader Maduro to release the gold for several billion in a desperate attempt to replenish the treasury.
In a letter appeal Guaidó to the authorities in London not to let the Attack get access to the venezuelan gold reserves which are stored there. "Stop this illegitimate transaction," he writes. The assets can otherwise be used by the "Nicolás Maduro kleptokratiska regime to oppress and mistreat the Venezuelan people," continues the letter.
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these funds would be a further blow against the Maduro-government, which is very busy of an accelerating economic meltdown, and that several major powers in the world take stronger measurements.
The south american country has for the moment two maktrivaler if the office of president – Maduro, who was elected in an internationally condemned election last year, and Guaidó, who leads the oppositionskontrollerade parliament, and the other day declared himself president.
publicly commented on the guldfrågan, but are among the countries that endorsed Guaidó in the power struggle against Maduro. Canada, Spain and the united states, several have taken the same line.
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It is the latest country to select the page is Australia. The leader of the opposition is recognised as Venezuela's legitimate leader ”until elections are held,” according to a communiqué from the foreign minister Marise Payne in Canberra.
so long as it retains the Attack, however, the power in practice, because the Venezuelan military and among others, China and Russia will continue to see him as the leader of the country.
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