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    El Aissami resigns as Venezuela’s oil minister after initiation of investigations at PDVSA

    He indicated that he will support and accompany the investigation process in the state oil company.

    The Venezuelan Oil Minister, Tareck El Aissami, presented his resignation on Monday, after the initiation of investigations after a series of acts of corruption in the state-owned Petroleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA) became known.

    “By virtue of the investigations that have been initiated into serious acts of corruption in PDVSA, I have made the decision to present my resignation as Minister of Petroleum, with the purpose of fully supporting, accompanying and backing this process,” El Aissami reported through Twitter.

    The also member of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) stated that he also places himself at the disposal of the leadership of that political party, to support the “crusade” against corruption.

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    “In the same way, in my capacity as a revolutionary militant, I place myself at the disposal of the PSUV leadership to support this crusade that the president, Nicolas Maduro, has undertaken against the anti-values ​​that we are obliged to fight, even with our lives,” he added. in the aforementioned social network.

    More information, shortly.

    Source: RT

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