April 29, 2019 24:47
Updated April 29, 2019 2:17 pm
Sources of the Venezuelan Central Bank assured that during 2017, Nicolas Maduro secretly sold at a low price and a collection of rare gold coins, since the eighteenth century, due to the economic crisis in the country, Bloomberg website.
"The government secretly sold a collection of rare gold coins of the bank, since the eighteenth century, according to sources from the Central Bank of Venezuela. Coins, the boxes were thrown together in a single sale of 30 tons to the end of 2017, and Venezuela took the weight solely on price, rather than on their collectible value, "says economic goal.
Jose Guerra, a deputy of the National Assembly, said on April 26 last, the reason for closing the BCV was the sale of assets at low prices, not due to lack of water or electricity.
"The reason for the closure of BCV was not a lack of water and electricity, but they commit robberies. He looted the gold pieces to sell the price of lean chicken "wrote on his official Twitter account.
With information from Bloomberg
What we are saying the reason for closing the BCV was no lack of water and electricity, but they commit robberies. They looted gold coins sell price of a skinny chicken https://t.co/D5Qe2Y1vW1
– Jose Guerra (@JoseAGuerra) April 27, 2019