Caracas, Dec. 10- The opposition deputy of the National Assembly (Parliament in contempt) José Brito announced Monday he will present new evidence on the corruption events attributed to Juan Guaidó.
Through the social network Twitter, Brito said he will appear before the legislative branch to present elements on the crimes and their implication.
'I am already in Caracas to appear before Parliament where I will record reliable evidence of the true perpetrators of corruption, which I hope will be cited and challenged. I go straight ahead and face, refering to the legislator's message.
Brito and other members of the Assembly Comptroller's Committee were singled out for alleged acts of corruption, in contrast, he and several of his colleagues denounced the use of public funds and resources provided by international organizations, for the alleged humanitarian aid managed by Guaido and his representatives in Colombia.
'How is it possible they have managed to obtain so many resources and the deputies have to come or queue or stay in a knife or (...) in the house of some friends (...) How is it possible that this humanitarian aid is not reflected in the town that suffers ... ', he explained
In recent weeks serious accusations against Guaidó and his closest circle have shaken the opposition and led them to the lowest level of acceptance within the country. (Prensa Latina)