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Septiembre 2019

Aclaratoria sobre entrevista en Panampost

Sabrina Martin de Panampost tuvo la gentileza de llamarme y hacerme una entrevista para el Panampost. Hablamos del cierre de mi cuenta de Twitter, de la corrupción en Venezuela, y de cuán independiente y objetivos son los periodistas y medios de Venezuela en lo que respecta a la corrupción. Debo agradecer el interés y el permitir expresarme en ese medio, no obstante, debo igualmente aclarar: