The Vice President for the Economy of the Sector, Tarek El Aisami, said that Deputy Juan Guido was funded by drug trafficking and described as a serious "criminal alliance" which he established with the Colombian drug paramilitary group Los Rastroyos.
"We know that who Guiado finances is Colombian drug trafficking, drug trafficking is the one behind the funding sources for this abhorrent right. We are betting on a fair-playing opposition that plays a democracy under the Constitution, in the homeland, "he said after signing his signature rejecting coercive measures imposed by the United States against Venezuela from Bolivar Square in Caracas
." the rules of the game and we have recently witnessed one of the most serious events as they articulate with paramilitary groups, drug distribution groups to provoke acts of terrorism, "he said.
On Guido's connection with the Colombian nar Los Rastroyos' militarized group, El Aisami, said "there are many pictures of drug addicts enveloped by Colombian paramilitary drug traffickers in territory protected by the Colombian oligarchy."
this is imposed in Colombia, drug policy. ”
The Vice President of the Sector supported the Prosecutor's Office (MO) initiative, which opened a criminal investigation against Guido.
On the other hand, he confirmed that the blockade had taken the country "from her heritage" and prevented the payment of imports of medicines and food. He explained that the damage exceeded $ 30 billion. "What has been done to the country is a grave harm," he said, noting that the measures were taken in conjunction with the law.