The Comptroller General of the Republic (CGR), Elvis Amoroso, announced on Tuesday that action will be taken in the case of the Petrochemical Monómeros de Venezuela, located in Colombia, after being illegally looted in a corruption plot led by opponents Juan Guaidó and Julius Borges.
"This company was looted and bankrupt by the criminal, thief and criminal group of Juan Guaidó, Julio Borges and Leopoldo López," said the highest representative of the National System of Fiscal Control of Venezuela, refers AVN.
He added that the kidnapping of Venezuelan companies abroad such as Monómeros, Citgo and the Venezuelan gold reserve, by an extremist sector in the country, has not solved the country's structural crisis in any way.
Likewise, he specified that measures will be applied to the outgoing Board of Directors of Citgo, for establishing that they were illegally involved in the robbery of one of the most important companies in Venezuela. loving explained that disqualifications, measures prohibiting leaving the country and prohibition to transfer or mobilize bank accounts in Venezuela are foreseen for those who were part of that board of directors.
It held that the Organic Law of the Comptroller General of the Republic and the National System of Fiscal Control enshrines the sanction of disqualification from the exercise of public functions to any official or individual who has been declared responsible for acts of corruption, when the seriousness of the the irregularity and the damage that has been caused to the public patrimony, deserves it.
He explained that with the corruption plot in Venezuela he has had significant economic losses, for which he considered that with this decision the end of an unprecedented corruption plot begins.