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Wed Mar 6, 2019, 02:10 PM

 

Petition started to deport Maria Gabriela Chavez and her $4.2 billion back to Venezuela

Citizens in the US collect signatures to deport María Gabriela Chávez
A proposal addressed to the White House accused the alternative ambassador to the United Nations Organization of having sums of money due to corruption and asked to be expelled from the US territory.



translated from Spanish

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MARCH 6, 2019 07:49 AM | UPDATED ON MARCH 06, 2019 09:02 AM

Citizens in the United States created a petition to request the deportation of Maria Gabriela Chávez, daughter of the late President Hugo Chávez and alternate ambassador to the United Nations.

"Ms. Chávez has been critical of American democracy and culture while on American soil, representing a drug trafficking and terrorist regime, and having missed United Nations meetings on three of the last five occasions, despite to be a public servant in New York, "the proposal states.

The UN official is also accused of possessing "large sums of money due to systematic corruption in Venezuela," and urged that it be investigated by the US Treasury Department.

The proposal, addressed to the government of Donald Trump, had, on the morning of this Wednesday, 13,364 signatures. 86,636 signatures are required before April 2 to obtain a response from the White House.

http://www.el-nacional.com/noticias/ciudadanos-recolectan-firmas-para-deportar-maria-gabriela-chavez_273521

$4.2 billion. Not a bad gig, being an alternate ambassador in the UN. Far more than that piker Lorenzo Mendoza who owns the vile Capitalist tool Empresas Polar

https://www.diariolasamericas.com/maria-gabriela-chavez-podria-ser-la-mujer-mas-rica-venezuela-n3265811

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Reply Petition started to deport Maria Gabriela Chavez and her $4.2 billion back to Venezuela (Original post)
GatoGordo Mar 2019 OP
MRubio Mar 2019 #1
flotsam Mar 2019 #2
GatoGordo Mar 2019 #3
flotsam Mar 2019 #4
Miguel M Mar 2019 #5

Response to GatoGordo (Original post)

Wed Mar 6, 2019, 02:27 PM

1. To be fair to Maria and that $4.2 billion, she.......

......did import rice from Argentina to Venezuela for a while, so there's that.

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Response to GatoGordo (Original post)

Wed Mar 6, 2019, 03:38 PM

2. BS petition

"Ms. Chávez has been critical of American democracy and culture while on American soil, representing a drug trafficking and terrorist regime, and having missed United Nations meetings on three of the last five occasions, despite to be a public servant in New York, "the proposal states. "

She is an Ambassador to the UN and half or more of the diplomats there have been critical of the US. And the UN is on "American soil".

As to a "drug trafficking and terrorist regime" Smearing her country doesn't indict her.

They charge her with "having missed United Nations meetings on three of the last five occasions"-if she is a terrorist supporter that would be a good thing, no?

"The UN official is also accused of possessing "large sums of money due to systematic corruption in Venezuela," and urged that it be investigated by the US Treasury Department. " Our treasury department doesn't have jurisdiction.

A whole 13K signatures? I could collect more than that on a petition to make the "Grey" aliens living under area 51 our first intersteller ambassador. That's because we have more UFO enthusiasts than pissed-off Venezuelan expatriot citizens




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Response to flotsam (Reply #2)

Wed Mar 6, 2019, 03:43 PM

3. So... you won't be signing?

 

If they can't kick her out, I hope at the very least the Venezuelan people get back at least $4 billion. Maybe let her keep the 200 million as living expenses. I hear New York is pricey for a young single gal.

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Response to GatoGordo (Reply #3)

Wed Mar 6, 2019, 03:47 PM

4. Well-you got the not signing the petition right

As to the rumored graft I'll leave that to the citizens of Venezuelans, at least until we clean graft out of our politics...

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Response to flotsam (Reply #4)

Wed Mar 6, 2019, 04:57 PM

5. Remember when Forbes listed Fidel Castro as one the richest in the world...

 

... then, it turned out, that their method for determining this was that Castro owned everything in Cuba. Everything. Yep.


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