The first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela, Diosdado Cabello, pointed out that the opponents residing in Colombia will have to flee when the new government of the neighboring country decides to investigate the Monómeros case, a Venezuelan state bankrupt due to opaque management by its management, appointed by Juan Guaido.
“In Colombia (Rodolfo) Hernández wins or (Gustavo) Petro wins and they say ‘we are going to investigate what happened in Monómeros’, oh God, there will not be a Venezuelan opponent left in that country,” said Cabello during his program Con el Mallet Giving.
In this sense, Cabello referred to the former Venezuelan prosecutor, Luisa Ortega Díaz, who fled from the New Granada nation to Spain to avoid being involved in these events led by the right.
Monómeros, a subsidiary of PDVSA, was seized by the government of Iván Duque and handed over to former deputy Juan Guaidó and his organization, which is facing an internal crisis due to private interests that seek the total expropriation of the company.
He criticized that imperialism “appropriates, as it always does, the resources of the peoples” as is the case of the United States that intends to impose its hegemony in the world, with attempts to prohibit the right to self-determination of peoples, by not inviting all nations to the Summit of the Americas.
“Leaving out a group of countries shows a great weakness of imperialism, because it fears listening to the voices of countries that are not its lackeys.”