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Ex-Planning Minister Jorge Giordani questions the Venezuelan gov't

The letter, the authorship of which has not been verified, spells out the past government actions

Jorge Giordani was removed from his tenure as Planning Minister (File photo)
EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday June 18, 2014  11:29 AM
Entitled "Testimony and accountability to history," a letter circulated on Tuesday, presumably authored by Jorge Giordani, removed as Planning Minister by Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Tuesday evening.

The text, the authorship of which has not been verified, spells out the past government actions during the administration of late President Hugo Chávez, his disease and death, and Maduro's subsequent takeover.

"In no event I can take part in any circumstances and decisions which were not in line with my consciousness and my deepest convictions," he stated, among others.

"Seeing a presidency which fails to transmit leadership and seems to affirm it by repeating, without due coherence, Commander Chávez's statements, and granting funds in masse to whoever requesting it in default of a fiscal program within a socialist planning consistent with the requested activities is painful and alarming," he reasoned.
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