Venezuela crisis: US lifts sanctions on general who broke ranks

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The US has lifted sanctions on Venice Williams general who broke ranks with President Nicolas Maduro. It's an effort to get others to do the same and support the opposition leader one Guido, here's vice President Mike Pence announcing the move states of America will consider sanctions relief for all those who step forward. Stand up for the constitution. And support the rule of law like general Manuel Christopher for Garo. The former chief of the Venezuelan intelligence service who just last week broke ranks with the Madero regime and rallied to the support of the Venezuelan constitution in the national assembly. Meanwhile, Venezuela's government took its biggest step yet to eliminate the exchange controls that have suffocated the economy for the past six teen years. They are one factor that analysts have said has. Allowed corruption to flourish in the

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