Maduro’s wife is in the Dominican Republic: maybe
Santo Domingo.- Peruvian journalist Jaime Bayly on Thursday said that Nicolás Maduro’s wife is in the Dominican Republic, after fleeing Venezuela.
Speaking on La Mega TV Miami, Bayly said that Cilia Flores departed from the airport at Caracas, to Punta Cana (east).
He added that Flores had boarded the Bombardier jet that had allegedly been sent to by Russian president Vladimir Putin.
“Maduro in fact took his wife out from Caracas on April 30,…” the journalist said, adding that Putin later told him not to come to Russia.
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National Investigations Department (DNI) director Sigfrido Pared on Fri. said that Flores’ arrival “hasn’t been possible to confirm.”