Caracas, Feb 6 (Prensa Latina) Allegations of corruption against the Venezuelan opposition party Primero Justicia, presented in the National Assembly, placed today three lawmakers from that political force in the center of
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an investigation approved by the legislature.
The parliament directive stated at the plenary session and public opinion of the country checks, reports from bank transfers and irregular cashing in the last three years.
National Assembly President Diosdado Cabello made available to the authorities the evidence supporting the allegations that point to an alleged corruption case.
Complaints involving lawmakers Richard Mardo, Gustavo Marcano and Juan Carlos Caldera, for which Socialist legislator Pedro Carreño asked to request the Public Ministry an arrest warrant.
The aforementioned parliamentarians recognized they acepted the resources, arguing for better use of the people, so this is a flagrant act that allows a stop action, he said.
The so-called Democratic Unity Table (MUD) was quick to issue a statement with attacks to Cabello, with a statement in which explanations are absent on the origin and destination of the funds.