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warrant issued by Interpol in 2011 didn’t stop him. Neither did the various law
Venezuela. Pedro José Castillo Uzcátegui changed countries but not trades, and
he’s being applying a technique with which he has being able to fool
unknown people, recognized professionals from the Cuban community in Miami and
Venezuelan talents that, running from their country’s crisis, have come to the
United States for a fresh start.
in Venezuela could be just another citizen’s name until you clear out his
descent. He is the son of Chana Uzcátegui, creator of the recognized “Ranchos de
Margarita Island in the East part
country. He is alongside with his siblings Triana and José, the legal
representative of the Promotora Chana company, and the heir of a well-known
touristic project as colorful as it is expensive, full of the luxuries that
various figures from chavismo could afford with their dollars and ignoring an
exchange control system established in 2003 and that still stands today.