The Revolutionary Judge Lisbeth Amoroso has completed the expropriation of the opposition newspaper 'El Nacional', after officially delivering its headquarters from Diosdado Hair, 'number two' of Chavismo. "In an irregular and clandestine judicial auction, made in contravention to all the procedural rules that the Venezuelan law obliges, directly awarded the property of the National Headquarters' and the lots of land on which this is built to Diosdado Hair "He said yesterday" El Nacional 'on his website, which continues to be published despite the persecution of the Bolivarian regime.
The owner of the Third Tribunal of First Civil Instance of Caracas is sister of the Comptroller General of the Republic, Elvis Amorous, Chavista leader very close to Nicolás Maduro. The son of loving, a rapper named Duke, is one of the usual luxury circuit for hierarch and plugged in the revolution.
The Civil Cassation Chamber of the Supreme Court (TSJ) confirmed in 2021 the payment of 13 million dollars to compensate hair for "moral damage". The TSJ is the main tool of Chavism against opposition and democratic parliament.
Among the last-minute irregularities carried out by the judge, they emphasize that the signs of the auction were published with the date, the time and the amount so that interested parties would make their offers. Always behind your owner and the lawyers of him, who have not been able to participate in the process.
With the "judicial robbery" and the delivery of the headquarters of 'El Nacional', the expropriation is completed by hair against one of the main means of communication of the opposition. The Vice President of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) took advantage of a news published in the newspaper, who in turn picked up an information from the Spanish newspaper ABC, on the investigation that followed in the United States against drug trafficking. "Based on this research, the DEA (US Anti-Drug Agency) established a $ 10 million reward for those who collaborate with hair capture," recalled the rotary.
'The National' currently works on remote and keeps Venezuelans informed through its website. "We have censures, we have blockages, we have all the constant attacks on the part of the regime, but we are still resilient, we adapt and take the news truthfully, quickly and timely," he assured the world his general manager in Venezuela, Jorge Makriniotis .
This emblematic daily in Latin America, cradle of several generations of intellectuals, stopped publishing on paper four years ago, suffocated by the economic collapse of the country and due to the lack of paper imposed by the Government.
"We did a favor to 'El Nacional'. That was broken for a long time, it was just a shell," he boacted hair last year.
One of the great incognites of the process that is supposed to be finished against 'El Nacional' is the situation of its President-Editor, Miguel Henrique Otero, currently exiled in Madrid. "Can you return to Venezuela? Will it be a constant persecution? A case that reaches its end has no reason for the demanded person to live in exile, it is time that I can return to Venezuela and this demand reaches its end", Protest Makriniotis.
Another of those pushed into exile by the persecution against 'the national' is Leopoldo López Gil, the father of the former political prisoner, member of the Board of Directors of the newspaper and currently deputy of the Popular Party in the European Parliament.
"Made in Tyranny. As they could not bend by his publisher ...", denounced Antonio Ledezma, former Metropolitan Mayor of Caracas, also from exile in Spain.
Safe from the Bolivarian Depredation is the graphic file of 'El Nacional', which collects a good part of the contemporary history of the oil country. The photographs were held outside the facilities of the newspaper before they were taken by the military last year.Date Of Update: 07 February 2022, 17:10