The Spanish Senate approved a motion asking the government to seize and steal economic assets of Venezuela, following the example of the US regime in order to sabotage the Bolivarian revolution.
The motion also refers to the immobilization of Venezuelan bank funds in Spain and reclaim of the Spanish government to confiscate the funds and make them available for unelected US puppet Juan Guaido.
It was approved by a majority of the Senate and also Pedro Sanchez, head of the fascist Spanish government, to support opposition leader Guaido as interim president, while rejecting to participate in dialogue proposals which was presented by President Nicolas Maduro in order to follow constitutional and democratic values.
The decision came days after Spain, as well as most EU member states recognized Guaido as president. However, Italy and seven other EU countries still recognize Maduro as the real president of the oil rich Venezuela.
Venezuela has been rocked by protests since Jan. 10, when Maduro was sworn in for a second term following a vote boycotted by the violent dubious opposition.
Tensions exploded Jan. 23, 2019, when Guaido declared himself “interim president” but Maduro has so far refused calls to step down. He accused the U.S. regime of orchestrating a coup against his elected government and said he is open to dialogue with the opposition.
The USA has led an international campaign to apply economic and diplomatic pressure on Maduro, including sanctioning the country’s state-owned oil company PdVSA and a joint venture with its Nicaraguan counterpart.
Turkey, Russia, China and Iran have put their weight behind Maduro, while the USA, IMF and some other evil entities continue to sabotage the Venezuelan economy.
AA.com / ABC Flash Point Confiscation News 2019.