The Venezuelan regime led by Nicolás Maduro arrested two workers of the central bank on April 12, local and international media organisations report.
The Bolivarian national intelligence service (Sebin), the regime’s secret police, detained Deny Albujar and Alberto Guiseppe on April 12 in their homes without a warrant, say the reports. The detention took place after they had met Juan Guaidó, recognised as legitimate president by the US and major Latin American and European countries, on April 8
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