Venezuelan opposition nominates ad hoc central bank board

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The Central Bank of Venezuela, Caracas

The Venezuelan National Assembly nominated an ad hoc board for the central bank on July 16, with the aim of rescuing and protecting the nation’s international reserves.

The members of parliament put forward five people to lead the Central Bank of Venezuela: Ricardo Villasmil, Nelson Lugo, Manuel Rodríguez, Ruth de Krivoy and Guaicoima Cuius. Their nominations would only become effective after the president of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, has ratified the proposal.

But even if that

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