The deputy of the National Assembly (AN) and member of the Permanent Comptroller Commission, Freddy Superlano, reported on Tuesday that the Attorney General’s Office of Mexico and Peru was asked for relevant documents that prove the acts of corruption of Alex Saab and the CLAP box system.
“We ask Mexico’s Attorney General Office for information on the unfreezing of Saab’s accounts and express our total concern because the citizen has committed serious corruption crimes. In Peru, details are being collected about other companies linked to the case,” the parliamentarian said through his personal Twitter account.
Likewise, the parliamentarian warned that others could spread informative montages in which they pretend inform that the Comptrollers’ Commission has exculpated Saab of the acts of corruption. “We made it clear that this commission has been investigating Saab since 2018, which can be corroborated by any citizen in our record books and archives,” he concluded.
The Local Supply and Production Committee, better known as CLAP boxes, is a system that implemented Nicolas Maduro’s regime in 2016 in which he sought to deliver food to the country’s neediest people at a low cost. However, this system became a manipulation system which plays with the hunger of Venezuelans who do not have enough to buy the basic food basket.
In addition, the money that was allocated for this regime’s project was used to buy low-quality food at a markup in Mexico, approximately 112% higher than its actual cost.