Maduro is about to lose the Venezuelan gold to Guaidós in the UK bank

Maduro is about to lose the Venezuelan gold to Guaidós in the UK bank

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Maduro is about to lose the Venezuelan gold to Guaidós in the UK bank

Maduro is about to lose the Venezuelan gold to Guaidós in the UK bank

The British Supreme Court this Monday (20) gave Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó a partial victory against President Nicolas Maduro. 20.12.2021, Sputnik Brazil

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The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom ruled this Monday (20) that it would return the South American country’s gold case held in the Bank of England, back to the trading platform. 31 tonnes of gold, valued at around US$1 billion (over R$5 billion), is disputed by Guaidó and Maduro. Both sides appointed management committees of the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV), which presented their cases to the British Justice on the country’s international reserves deposited in the Bank of England. Nicolas Maduro-appointed BCV wants to recover tons of gold deposited in a British bank, but has no access because London has recognized Guaidó as interim president. For this reason, Maduro suffered frequent defeats in court. Guaidó, a self-proclaimed head of state in 2019 with the support of the United States, is considered interim president by nearly 50 countries that did not recognize Nicolas Maduro’s re-election. In 2018, the Maduro-appointed BCV appealed to the British Court of Appeals, which initially ruled in Guaidó’s favour, before an appeals court overturned the sentence. Then Guaidó’s group decided to take the matter to the Supreme Court. This Monday (20), the Chief Court of the United Kingdom assured that “British courts will refuse to recognize any decisions from a foreign jurisdiction, such as the decisions of the Supreme Court of Venezuela, should they conflict with our national policy.” should do,” which includes recognizing Guaidó as president. Maduro’s lawyers further argued that the UK effectively recognizes his presidency, particularly through diplomatic relations. The United Kingdom maintains an embassy in Caracas. During the legal process, Maduro proposed in April that the gold be transferred directly to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), according to an RFI investigation. The agency said it was willing to consider the measure under the conditions.

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Also in United Kingdom will trust America, will…….. if you had kept it in Venezuela, in Russia it would have been safe in China, now it is in the hands of the crooks of the world

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The Anglo-Saxons are the thieves of the world. Visiting their museums is enough to see how much theft is in their DNA.

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The British Supreme Court this Monday (20) gave Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó a partial victory against President Nicolas Maduro.

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom ruled this Monday (20) that it would return the South American country’s gold case held in the Bank of England, back to the trading platform.

31 tonnes of gold, the value of which about $1 billion (over R$5 billion), control by Guaidó and Maduro is disputed.

Both sides appointed management committees of the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV), which presented their cases to a British court on the country’s international reserves deposited with the Bank of England.

Nicolas Maduro-appointed BCV wants to recover tons of gold deposited in a British bank, but has no access because London has recognized Guaidó as interim president. Because of this, Maduro has to face continuous defeat in the court.

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Guaidó, a self-proclaimed head of state, is considered interim president in 2019 with the support of the United States about 50 countries, who did not recognize the re-election of Nicolas Maduro in 2018.

In 2020, the Maduro-appointed BCV appealed to the British Court of Appeal, which initially ruled in Guaidó’s favour, before an appeals court overturned the sentence. Then Guaidó’s group decided to take the matter to the Supreme Court.
This Monday (20), the Main Court of the United Kingdom assured that “British courts will refuse to recognize any decision of a foreign jurisdiction, such as the decision of the Supreme Court of Venezuela, if they conflict with our national policy.” do”, which includes the recognition of Guaidó as president.

Maduro’s lawyers further argue that Britain effectively recognizes his presidency, particularly through diplomatic relations. The UK maintains an embassy in Caracas.

second vote During the RFI’s legal process, Maduro proposed in April that gold move directly The Agency for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) said it was willing to consider the measure under the conditions.
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