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TalCual: Hey Saab, Giordani is Waiting for You!
From TalCual we remind you that one of the most loyal men to the late "eternal" Commander Hugo Chávez, Jorge Giordani, said that when he was fired by his beloved "son" Nicolás Maduro some $20 billion had disappeared from former foreign exchange authority Cadivi through shell companies

By TalCual

The new jailer of Venezuela and former human rights defender, Tarek William Saab, says to be in a crusade against corruption. He is seen calling a press conference every now and then to inform of a detention, commonly related to an official of state-run oil company Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) or any of its contracting companies, but as time goes by the one person he takes to prison is the first common criminal that gets in his way in any part of Venezuela.

From TalCual we remind you that one of the most loyal men to the late "eternal" Commander Hugo Chávez, Jorge Giordani, said that when he was fired by his beloved "son" Nicolás Maduro some $20 billion had disappeared from former foreign exchange authority Cadivi through shell companies. That kind of money couldn’t have been stolen by the small-time crooks Saab is putting behind bars.

If you really want to make the country believe that your fight against corruption is serious, this case may help you out. Stealing that amount of greenbacks can only be done by people with good connections with the now defunct Cadivi. The new Attorney General has been on the Government’s side for quite a few years, so we are sure he handled very sensitive information. We believe he is wrong, at least in the economic sphere, but still we think of him as a serious man. It is for this reason that we urge Saab to at least ask Giordani, Venezuela’s former planning minister, for all the information he’s got available regarding the case so he can look into it. We don’t think he is going to do so because suddenly it crossed our mind that when Giordani reported these acts of corruption back in 2014, Cadivi was led by a high-ranking military officer and, when it comes to kiss military ass, Saab does it well.
 

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