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Maduro appointed Pedro Tellechea as the new oil minister

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Maduro appointed Pedro Tellechea as the new oil minister

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, appointed engineer Pedro Tellechea as the new Minister of Petroleum on Tuesday night.

The information was released by the Head of State through a post published on his official account on the social network Twitter where he explained that this new designation at the head of the oil portfolio occurs within the framework of the transformation process that the industry is experiencing. .

“I met with the President of PDVSA, Engineer Pedro Tellechea, and I appointed him as the new Minister of Petroleum, within the framework of the transformation process that the industry is undergoing. Maximum Efficiency Partner!” Maduro wrote on the social network.

This weekend they began to carry out a series of arrests against officials of the oil industry as well as the Judiciary and Legislative Branch for being involved in alleged acts of corruption.

Among the detainees, carried out by National Anti-Corruption Policeis the deputy Hugbel Roa (Psuv-Trujillo).

It should be remembered that, due to these events, Tareck El Aissami submitted his resignation as Minister for Oil on Monday within the framework of the investigations carried out in Petróleos de Venezuela.



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