Compliments, we really have a hard-working MinPres, but I am not sure what she was experiencing in DC.
It is difficult to trust anything anymore, especially when it comes from a politician. Why would the World Bank get involved in RdA’s complete mess?
The World Bank, one of the most bureaucratic organizations in the universe, wouldn’t get involved. I don’t believe any of it. For some reason every time a politician goes on a trip, and comes back with a “fruitful,” declaration, I get worried.
I hear fruitful, I start to sweat.
I remember the fruitful declarations under the previous government, as they zipped to all these meetings, all over the globe. They did not shy away from leasing private jets, you know.
And today the World Bank is interested to help?
Help with what?
While the USA is shutting down all flights to and from Venezuela, the World Bank decided to get involved? Not.
The most annoying news items are the ones by the PREVIOUS MinEnergy, when he has the AUDACITY to criticize the current government for not doing more on the refinery front.
What is he smoking?
Or does he assume that we’re all idiots, and that we believe his nonsense.
Venezuela is in the toilet.
And the former minister still thinks it’s the current government’s fault?
I understand he was told, years ago, not to do it. His party’s former Lider Maximo was warned too, but they were having too much fun with the loaded Chavistas from Venezuela, that they could not stay away.
The AVP party should go into hiding and shut up. And thank you, former Lider Maximo for staying under your rock, you are the last person needed here.
Blame RdA’s fiasco on the MinInfra’s wish to build a resort? Really.
Does anyone reading this poop ever give it credence?
The previous government cooked up a fabulous deal, and the reason it is not working is the present administration, not doing enough, not trying hard enough?!
Everything going on in Venezuela is somebody else’s fault??!!
Whatever you’re smoking it is severely clouding your judgement.