RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A corruption scandal is shaking the right-wing opposition in Venezuela. As the research platform armando.info has disclosed, nine deputies from several opposition parties have aided businessmen close to the government in bypassing US sanctions.
This involves the Maduro government's Local Production and Supply Committees (CLAP), which have been distributing food packages to the population for symbolic prices since 2016. Three of the suspects belong to the 'Voluntad Popular' party of Juan Guaidó, chairman of parliament and self-proclaimed interim president of the country.
At the heart of the scandal are Colombian businessmen Alex . . .