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Venezuelan Banker Given Asylum by US Found in Panama Papers

Eligio Cedeño, the banker whose named appeared in the Panama Papers, pictured here in a photo from El Impulso. (EFE)

Eligio Cedeño, a banker given asylum by the U.S. after he fled Venezuela in 2009 due to charges of financial corruption, has shown up in the Panama Papers.

 

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Venezuela Indicts High Level Electricity Official for Cocaine Trafficking

Venezuelan authorities arrested Nava on March 1 and  impounded over 335 kilos of cocaine. (archive)

In an effort to crack down on corruption, the Public Prosecutor's office indicts a former CORPOELEC high level official. 

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Venezuela Arrests 2 Over Panama Papers Scandal

 The Panama Papers are a trove of leaked documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, detailing how the firm aided the wo

Venezuelan prosecutors have announced the arrest of two relatives of a former security official named in the Panama Papers.

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Former Minister Presents Alleged Cases of Corruption by Top Officials Before National Assembly

Former Minister of Electrical Energy and Education Héctor Navarro (Aporrea tvi)

Ex-minister Héctor Navarro spoke before legislators Wednesday to denounce alleged cases of corruption by government officials.

 

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Venezuelan Socialist Lawmaker Calls for More Panama Papers Revelations

PSUV legislator Diosdado Cabello. (AN)

Venezuelan socialist congressman Diosado Cabello has urged journalists to release further names of those involved in the ground-breaking global corruption scandal known as the “Panama Papers”, accusing the country’s right-wing opposition of illicit dealings.

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Venezuelan’s Maduro Creates Socialist Enterprise System to Kickstart Production

President Maduro speaking with workers at Ana Maria Campo Petrochemical Complex in Zulia state. (Prensa Presidencial)

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced Monday the creation of the National Productive Corporation as part of new socialist enterprise system aimed at coordinating efforts among existing state, communal, and mixed firms.

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Venezuela Arrests 55 State Food Employees in Anti-Corruption Raid

SEBIN arrests state employees accused of corruption. (Twitter)

Venezuelan authorities arrested 55 employees of the Abastos Bicentenario state supermarket chain Monday in the initial phase of a new anti-corruption operation aimed at the government-run food distribution network.

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Top State Food Functionaries Arrested for Embezzlement

The three officials are currently being held in the Venezuelan intelligence services (SEBIN) headquarters in Caracas (VTV).

Three top officials in key Venezuelan state food corporations have been arrested for embezzling millions of bolivars after it emerged that they had been illegally selling subsidised goods to private sector restaurants, bakeries and supermarkets for huge personal profit.

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Venezuelan Oil Servicing Magnate Arrested in US for Bribery

Roberto Rincon (tradequipsm.com).

Venezuelan oil servicing magnate Roberto Rincon was indicted in US Federal Court Monday on alleged charges of paying bribes to secure contracts with Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA.

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Ten Proposals for Chavismo in the Face of Our Defeat

Luis Britto Garcia is a renowned Venezuelan writer, political analyst and playwright. (VTV)

Venezuelan political analyst, playwright and author, Luis Britto Garcia, offers an analysis of what the legislative elections results mean for Chavismo and what can be done to move beyond the crisis. 

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