The president of Primero Justicia, Julio Borges, declared this Sunday in relation to the corruption scandal that involves several members of the party he heads.
In this sense, he stated through his official Twitter account that they have decided to “remove from their respective commissions of the National Assembly and from their fraction the deputies José Brito, Conrado Pérez and Luis Parra.
He also stressed that Primero Justicia is a party with values and a frontal position against corruption, autocracy and human rights violations.
This Sunday, the digital news portal ArmandoInfo revealed a report in which it pointed out acts of corruption involving parliamentarians of the NA and members of the regime of Nicolás Maduro.
The president in charge of the Republic, Juan Guaidó assured this Sunday that he will take measures in relation to the corruption scandal. “All Venezuela must know my position,” he said.
“We are not going to cover anyone’s crimes: forget about that,” Guaidó said.