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Friday, October 21, 2016

The head of the interior Ministry of Venezuela has become the General, accused of helping drug dealers

General Nestor Reverol was appointed head of the interior Ministry of Venezuela a few days after American prosecutors accused him of collaboration with drug traffickers, reports TASS.

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According to the President of the country Nicolas Maduro, said in his weekly TV program (this tradition remained in the country since President Hugo Chavez), Reverol will now work to strengthen security “24 hours awake”. Note that, in addition to internal Affairs, his office is also responsible for “justice and peace”. When Chavez appointed the Minister has already held a similar position.

Maduro assured that the new officer is not the assistant drug, and the fighter with them: for example, he allegedly “broke the world record” arrests of international dealers. In the drug trafficking Maduro has accused the United States and “American imperialism.

Maduro also believed that the drug mafia, in fact, is also in the US and promised that, in addition to combat, the Minister will also be involved in the suppression of armed groups, “paramilitares”, often expressing the interests of the middle class, as an alternative to formal government forces.

Note that, according to the charges against Riverola in the US charges, he not only received bribes from drug dealers, telling them about the upcoming law enforcement raids, but also for bribes to let arrested criminals and return them drugs.

Add that the appointment of Riverola occurred against the backdrop of the economic crisis in Venezuela has already been accompanied by food riots because of lack of a food and Essentials.

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