Venezuela's Guaidó Moves A Step Closer To €1B Gold
By Joanne Faulkner (July 29, 2022, 9:50 AM BST) -- Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaidó moved a step closer to gaining control over €1 billion ($1 billion) of gold reserves held by the Bank of England on Friday as a London court said it would disregard rulings made by judges in South America.
Juan Guaidó, Venezuela's opposition leader, has moved closer to getting his hands on more than €1 billion of gold held in the Bank of England's vaults. (iStock.com/tupungato) Judge Sara Cockerill said at the High Court that rulings by the Venezuelan Supreme Tribunal of Justice, which state that Guaidó's appointments to the country's central bank are invalid, would not be...
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