As a way to increase transparency, and also to protect and safeguard the nation’s assets, the President of Venezuela and the legitimate National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, presented to the Delegate Commission the decree to designate the ‘Monómemeros Colombo-Venezolanos S.A.’ Restructuring Commission.
The proposal was made during the online session held this Tuesday, October 5th, by the interim president.
“The need to protect and to safeguard the assets of Venezuela from the clutches of the dictatorship, from the clutches of Nicolás Maduro’s regime, is public and well-known. Constitutional legitimacy and diplomatic recognition have allowed to accomplish this.”
He recalled that on September 14th, he proposed the restructuring of the company’s board of directors and also requested an external audit during the Delegate’s commission session held that day, in which he also ratified that “Monomeros is and will be of the Venezuelans.”
Guaidó also indicated that the Comptroller Commission of the legitimate National Assembly (AN) has been “working intensely, unanimously requesting the appearance, after their accountability report of the different boards of directors.”
“It is very important for Venezuelans to act with difference, we are going to act with transparency, we are going to act with the people of Venezuela, we are going to act with a view to protect Venezuelans. The possibility of a trust has even been evaluated to be able to safeguard and protect all the assets of the nation. This is the priority for us.”
He highlighted the opportunity to take advantage of the strong institutions that exist in Colombia to safeguard and protect Venezuelans.
Finally, the interim President said that “the protection of assets has prevented further looting by the dictatorship. That is why we have exercised and are exercising all actions that seek to maximize transparency in the face of Venezuelans.”