Maibort Petit: Funcionarios venezolanos en NY no cobran desde hace seis meses

Noticias, análisis y opinión de Venezuela y el mundo
Cerrado Nuevo Tema
1.- ND no se hace responsable por los comentarios de los foristas. El portal se reserva el derecho a eliminar aquellos comentarios que violen los Términos y Condiciones y el Decálogo del Forista, aceptados por los foristas al momento de registrarse. 2.- Los contenidos que aquí se muestran pueden ser inapropiados para menores de edad.
Avatar de Usuario
Nutria
Mensajes: 16250
Registrado: 11 Jun 2006, 11:04
Ubicación: Macondo, bajo una mata de coco

Re: Maibort Petit: Funcionarios venezolanos en NY no cobran desde hace seis meses

Mensaje por Nutria » 20 Dic 2017, 22:45

Esta nota en The Canberra Times explica la situación sobre la nueva sede de la embajada en Canberra. Ingresando al enlace de la noticia se puede ver una imagen de la misma, su dirección es
12 Keyar Street, O'Malley.



ACT NEWS

New home for Venezuelan Embassy in Canberra after eviction, punch-up

September 30 2017

Michael Inman

Venezuelan consular activities in Canberra have been reactivated after a new home was found for the country's diplomatic mission to Australia.

The announcement is good news after a month of turmoil for Venezuela's Australian-based delegates, in which the site of the old embassy was blockaded, an acclaimed athlete was charged with assault, the mission was forced to find new lodgings, and consular activities were suspended.

The country's consular activities in Australia were briefly shelved earlier this month when the diplomatic mission was evicted from its O'Malley embassy in a rental dispute.

It has since found a new home nearby.

The properties owner blockaded the nation's former Culgoa Circuit headquarters by parking a ute and heavy machinery at its entrances.

The blockade has since been lifted, although evidence of it remains in the form ute across a driveway, and a bobcat and section of fence which had been use to block a door.

On Friday, painters were working inside the building and the diplomatic corps is understood to have formally vacated the premises earlier in the week.

It is understood the dispute had been over an unpaid rental bill said to be in the tens-of-thousands.

It is unknown if the bill has been settled.

Fairfax Media sought comment from the mission but did not receive a response.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade declined to comment on the situation.

"DFAT does not comment on such matters, which are between the embassy concerned and the property owner," a spokesperson said.

Venezuela is teetering on the brink of civil war and in the throes of a severe economic and political crisis, with triple-digit inflation and shortages of food and medicines.

Previously, a notice, written in Spanish, had appeared on the diplomatic mission's webpage which said consular activities had been temporarily suspended due to "technical reasons".

But a new statement, uploaded on Wednesday, said consular services had been reactivated and a new headquarters had been located nearby at 12 Keyar Street, O'Malley.

The new embassy appeared to be shut on Friday afternoon.

"However, due to the transfer of our equipment, appointments for the renewal of passports have been postponed and will be reactivated in the coming days whenever we re-establish the connection with the Administrative Service of Identification, Migration and Aliens and we can guarantee that it is operative to provide an optimal service," a translated section of the online statement said.

"We would like to inform you that, due to the characteristics of this new venue, we will be able to attend a larger number of appointments and consular procedures, which will allow us to continue improving the service we provide."

The blockade enraged Venezuela's top cross country skier who attacked the 74-year-old landlord at the O'Malley property on September 12.

César Augusto Baena Sierraalta, 30, pleaded guilty in the ACT Magistrates Court on Tuesday to common assault over the attack.

Court documents said Baena and the landlord had argued over the blockade, which had prevented access to the building by staff and members of the public, before the Venezuelan punched the man in the face.

The strike caused the man to fall to the ground and Baena – who set a new Latin American record in the Kangaroo Hoppet race in Falls Creek, Victoria, last month - fled on foot.

Police located and arrested him in nearby parkland soon after.

During a police interview, Baena made full admissions, telling police he felt the blockade had insulted Venezuela and violated its sovereignty.

He said he had become enraged due to feeling Venezuela had been "disrespected" and punched the landlord when he refused access to the embassy.

Baena will return to court for sentence next month.

https://www.google.co.ve/amp/s/amp.canb ... yrct0.html



12 Keyar Street, O'Malley
SEP 2017
RENTED $2,350 PER WEEK
Listed by Berkely Residential
190 days listed
12 Keyar Street, O'malley ACT 2606
5 beds, 5 baths, 2 parking
$2,450,000
Land size 1200 sqm
Internal size 550 sqm
Property type House
https://www.domain.com.au/property-prof ... y-act-2606
Última edición por Nutria el 20 Dic 2017, 23:12, editado 1 vez en total.


Avatar de Usuario
Nenufar
Mensajes: 371
Registrado: 27 Jun 2017, 10:06
Ubicación: 10°29′16″ N - 66°52′45″ O

Re: Maibort Petit: Funcionarios venezolanos en NY no cobran desde hace seis meses

Mensaje por Nenufar » 20 Dic 2017, 23:01

¡Gracias Nutria! No me había enterado de cómo siguió esa noticia. Pero lo cierto es que ya ha traído consecuencias, la falta de pago en las representaciones diplomáticas.
En cualquier momento, pasará en Nueva York, lo mismo que en Australia.

¡Vergonzoso!
La política es el arte de impedir que la gente se entrometa en lo que le atañe.

THE 279
Mensajes: 38298
Registrado: 07 Ene 2006, 11:58
Ubicación: Barinas

Re: Maibort Petit: Funcionarios venezolanos en NY no cobran desde hace seis meses

Mensaje por THE 279 » 20 Dic 2017, 23:40

Bueno se han visto casos!
The 279

Avatar de Usuario
trinitatnova
Mensajes: 2906
Registrado: 29 Jul 2016, 07:16

Re: Maibort Petit: Funcionarios venezolanos en NY no cobran desde hace seis meses

Mensaje por trinitatnova » 21 Dic 2017, 05:56

Eso si,no renuncian ni de vaina

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Avatar de Usuario
Vitamina
Mensajes: 549
Registrado: 22 Oct 2007, 16:31
Ubicación: Dentro De ti

Re: Maibort Petit: Funcionarios venezolanos en NY no cobran desde hace seis meses

Mensaje por Vitamina » 21 Dic 2017, 07:29

trinitatnova escribió:
21 Dic 2017, 05:56
Eso si,no renuncian ni de vaina

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Con esa tremenda beca, serán guebones y Baena mucho menos.

Avatar de Usuario
el guariqueño
Mensajes: 1804
Registrado: 07 Abr 2017, 17:48
Ubicación: Este lunes de carnaval vino la peluca a Guarico y se disfrazó de garota, le plancharon el flux.

Re: Maibort Petit: Funcionarios venezolanos en NY no cobran desde hace seis meses

Mensaje por el guariqueño » 21 Dic 2017, 09:27

Van Slyke escribió:
20 Dic 2017, 21:22
El sueldo nominal es lo que menos les debe preocupar...... ya deben haber marañeado bastante con dolares a 10 Bs.
SI
Dicen que peluquin no puede tomar sopa. Que será ?

Avatar de Usuario
Nutria
Mensajes: 16250
Registrado: 11 Jun 2006, 11:04
Ubicación: Macondo, bajo una mata de coco

Re: Maibort Petit: Funcionarios venezolanos en NY no cobran desde hace seis meses

Mensaje por Nutria » 22 Dic 2017, 00:20

No renuncian, los botaron.



Pedro Mario Burelli
@pburelli
·3h
Quebró @CancilleriaVE | Degollina en Embajadas/Consulados de Venezuela en todo el mundo. Después de pedir que hicieran vídeos de navidad pro-Maduro, @jaarreaza ordenó despido masivo de personal local y traslados a CCS de muchos ‘diplomaticos’ (pero no hay $ para costear retorno).

Cerrado

¿Quién está conectado?

Usuarios navegando por este Foro: No hay usuarios registrados visitando el Foro y 2 invitados - Total usuario conectados a ND: