The President (E) of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, appointed Carlos Paparoni on Tuesday as a representative in the Office of Regional Cooperation against Money Laundering and Corruption.
According to the president, Paparoni will be responsible for “coordinating efforts to identify and bring to justice those who finance human rights violations and steal from Venezuela abroad.”
Likewise, Guaidó thanked the support of the democratic governments of the region and the Venezuelan people because thanks to international support and street mobilization more pressure has been generated against Nicolás Maduro’s regime to end the crisis in Venezuela.
“Together, we will achieve justice and materialize change in our country”, he concluded.
Carlos Paparoni is a member of the National Assembly (AN) for the state of Mérida and President of the Parliament’s Finance Commission. Paparoni is part of the group of parliamentarians whose parliamentary immunity was violated by Maduro’s regime.