Informe sobre corrupción reitera en la figura de José Luis Merino

elsalvador.comLos carteles de la droga, el mundo de las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC), la presencia de la MS-13 y Mara 18 en el entramado centroamericano, los intocables de carteles enquistados en gobiernos como el de Venezuela, y una nueva red de crimen dentro algunos estados latinoamericanos, es lo que devela este estudio pormenorizado de 60 páginas.

Con gráficos, imágenes y análisis de casos y una vasta investigación bibliográfica y documental el American Interprise Institute (AEI) expone en esta investigación titulada: “Kingpins and Corruption (Señores de la corrupción). Crimen organizado transnacional en las Américas”, un trazado completo del mundo del crimen más allá de la mirada cotidiana. .

En este se destaca en uno de los capítulos de la influyente diplomacia de la chequera venezolana a través del petróleo y como figuras como el dirigente del FMLN y viceministro de Inversión y Financiamiento del gobierno salvadoreño, José Luis Merino han saltado a la cresta de la ola con esta modalidad de negocios, política y corrupción, según el estudio. …

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