Maduro accuses US of drug trafficking and offers $15,000,000 his detention

Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

The US Attorney General, William Barr, reported Thursday that weighs on criminal charges in the country, against the president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro and several members of the Venezuelan Government.

Maduro and other members of his government: God given hair, Maikel Moreno, President of the Supreme Court; Defense Minister, Vladimir Padrino; the former director of Military Intelligence, Hugo Carbajal; Cliver Alcalá Cords and Industry Minister, Terek El Aissami, They are charged with international drug trafficking.

further, the prosecution, The United States offered a reward of $15,000,000 who provide information to US authorities to facilitate the capture and Maduro $10,000,000 for information about Diosdado Cabello.

“The United States is committed to the Venezuelan people to restore democracy, free and fair presidential election through”, said Secretary Mike Pompeo, it's a statement, after the attorney general filed the indictment.

Although this is the first time the United States take criminal action against the regime Maduro, It is not the first time the Administration mediatically Trump accuses the Venezuelan government of alleged illicit activities related to drug trafficking.