The deputy of the National Assembly, José Guerra, denounced this Friday that the Maduro dictatorship will execute new maneuvers to bribe more deputies in a new phase of Operation Scorpion.
“On November 6th, 2019, I denounced Operation Greenbag to buy congressmen, later called Operation Scorpion. Today, January 10th, 2020, I am forced to denounce the fact that the defeat of the regime in AN has led to an increase in the price of the deputies,” said Guerra in a message published on his official Twitter account.
The parliamentarian said that “additionally this new phase of Operation Scorpion apart from trying to buy deputies intends to strip PJ, VP and AD of their cards and symbols through the TSJ and the CNE and to give them to the usurpers.”
Similarly, Guerra blamed and pointed to the former governor of Anzoátegui, David de Lima, as the leader of the operation.
“This second phase of Operation Scorpion is articulated by a character who was the governor of Anzoátegui and whom Chávez accused of being a thief but whom José Vicente Rangel uses for his outrages: David De Lima,” he concluded.