Guido refused to explain where he got the money for the expensive trip
The opposition leader of Venezuela Juan Guido illegally proclaimed himself interim President of the country, did not want to report their foreign trips cost about 100 thousand dollars, writes the print edition Nacional.
Guido also rejected the government's decision to impose a ban on him holding gosdolzhnosti for fifteen years.
As said before, the head of the control Department of the Venezuelan Elvis Amoroso, restrictive measures regarding Guido were adopted as a result of violations discovered in its financial statements. For example, it was determined that the opposition Leader has made more than 90 foreign trips for a total amount of 300 million bolivars (about 100 thousand dollars), but the source of these funds is unknown.
in Venezuela, January 21, were launched numerous protests against President Nicolas Maduro shortly after the oath of office. The speaker of the National Assembly, controlled by the opposition, Guido illegally declared himself the temporary head of the country. Some Western countries led by the United States spoke about the recognition of Guido. For his part, Maduro called the head of the Parliament a puppet of the US capital. Russia, China and several other countries endorsed Maduro As the legitimate President. In the capital of Russia called "presidential status" Guido non-existent.