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(L-R) Venezuelan deputy Diosdado Cabello, President Nicolas Maduro, First Lady Cilia Flores, former Minister of Foreign Affairs Delcy Rodriguez and Education Minister Elias Jaua gesture during the closing of the campaign to elect members for the Constituent Assembly that would rewrite the constitution, in Caracas on July 27, 2017 on the second day of a 48-hour general strike called by the opposition.
Venezuela's opposition called for a nationwide protest on Friday in outright defiance of a new government ban on demonstrations ahead of a controversial weekend election. "The regime declared we can't demonstrate... We will respond with the TAKING OF VENEZUELA tomorrow," the opposition coalition, the Democratic Unity Roundtable, said Thursday on its Twitter account.
 / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA        (Photo credit should read FEDERICO PARRA/AFP/Getty Images)
(L-R) Venezuelan deputy Diosdado Cabello, President Nicolas Maduro, First Lady Cilia Flores, former Minister of Foreign Affairs Delcy Rodriguez and Education Minister Elias Jaua gesture during the closing of the campaign to elect members for the Constituent Assembly that would rewrite the constitution, in Caracas on July 27, 2017 on the second day of a 48-hour general strike called by the opposition.
Venezuela's opposition called for a nationwide protest on Friday in outright defiance of a new government ban on demonstrations ahead of a controversial weekend election. "The regime declared we can't demonstrate... We will respond with the TAKING OF VENEZUELA tomorrow," the opposition coalition, the Democratic Unity Roundtable, said Thursday on its Twitter account.
 / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA        (Photo credit should read FEDERICO PARRA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Panamá revela lista de venezolanos en alto riesgo de blanqueo de capitales y financiamiento del terrorismo

El Gobierno de Panamá publicó una lista de personas provenientes de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela consideradas por el Ministerio de Finanzas como de "alto resgo" en materia de blanqueo de capitales o financiación de terrorismo. Lo analizamos con Raul Gasteazoro, secretario técnico de la Comisión Nacional Contra el Blanqueo de Capitales de Panamá.

Panamá revela lista de venezolanos en alto riesgo de blanqueo de capitales y financiamiento del terrorismo

El Gobierno de Panamá publicó una lista de personas provenientes de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela consideradas por el Ministerio de Finanzas como de "alto resgo" en materia de blanqueo de capitales o financiación de terrorismo. Lo analizamos con Raul Gasteazoro, secretario técnico de la Comisión Nacional Contra el Blanqueo de Capitales de Panamá.