In another chapter of the parallel world of the organized criminal group AKA “Interim Government” of Venezuela, backed by the United States and two other countries of the so-called “international community” does not stop giving pity to others and resists in its fight to steal Venezuelan people assets abroad.
The Venezuelan opposition replaced Juan Guaidó with a triumvirate of women who seek to continue with a parallel government, without even residing in Venezuela. The three former deputies are divided between Spain and the US and seek to continue to illegally control Venezuelan assets abroad.
With Juan Guaidó out of the picture, the Venezuelan opposition sector that intends to continue maintaining a parallel government was left in the hands of three women who do not even reside in Venezuela and will be wanted by Interpol for their crimes against the Venezuelan State.
These are Dinorah Figuera, Marianela Fernández and Auristela Vázquez, who after the withdrawal of confidence against Juan Guaidó were appointed by opponents of the Government of Venezuela to head the National Assembly of 2015, which continues to function in parallel to the legitimate legislature, elected in the 2021 elections.
Although the opponents are expected to continue with their line of confrontation against the government of Nicolás Maduro, the particularity is that, unlike Guaidó, none of them resides in Venezuelan territory.
The triumvirate is completed by Marianela Fernández, who belongs to the Un Tiempo Nuevo party, of which she is the founder. She is a lawyer by profession, she is a native of the state of Zulia, of which she was a member of the Legislative Council between 2011 and 2012.
Fernández was appointed as vice president of the parallel assembly, despite the fact that she lives in the United States. Precisely, in that country she studied public management, more precisely at Gulf Coast College in Florida.
Venezuela’s attorney general, Tarek William Saab, said on January 9 that the three women are charged with crimes of usurpation of functions, treason, and money laundering and association. Since the three live outside of Venezuela, the Venezuelan Prosecutor’s Office requested that Interpol issue an international red alert to detain them in the places where they are.
Venezuela also requests the seizure of their assets and the blocking of their accounts.
The measures also fall on two other men who act as secretary and undersecretary of the illegitimate assembly, José Figueredo Márquez and Luis Alberto Bustos.
William Saab confirmed that Venezuela has 22 investigations open derived from the action of the so-called “interim government”, which since 2019 has committed the crimes of usurpation of functions, money laundering, terrorism, arms trafficking, treason and association, among others. Five other cases investigate similar irregularities in the Monomeros company.
The Venezuelan attorney general remarked that the parallel government now headed by Figuera has received, since 2019, a whopping 2.7 billion dollars from the US. The chief remarked that “it is not about donated money” but “money from all Venezuelans that has been stolen by this group of criminals.”
Indeed, the US has allowed Guaidó to use Venezuelan funds in the North American country illegally, ignoring the sovereignty over the assets of the legitimate government of Nicolás Maduro.
Washington plans to continue this situation despite no longer recognizing Guaidó, since on January 9 it announced that the Treasury Department modified a license to now recognize the triumvirate of Figuera, Fernández and Vázquez as the authorities representing Venezuela and a Council of Administration and Protection of Assets designated by opponents in exile to continue robbing Venezuela.