Why Is Nicolás Maduro Trying to Discover the Homes of Venezuelans Who Have Left?

Observers say that the regime will seize the properties of those who have fled to make up for those who still need protection in the country, in a multimillion-dollar expropriation, similar to what happened in Cuba in 1960, when private property was forcibly expropriated.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Both Nicolás Maduro and his Vice President of Planning, Ricardo Menéndez, announced the launching this Friday, September 20th, of the XV National Census of the Statistical and Geographic System that will comprise two stages: the survey of real estate information and, later, the family census.

According to what was detailed, in the first stage, the existing properties in the country will be counted, be it houses, shops or premises, which will be labeled with a QR code containing all the information.

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