Venezuelan Minister of Communications Jorge Rodriguez said on Saturday that the operation Gideon contract, allegedly attempted by Caracas to attempt a coup attack, included paying a $ 10 million “success bonus” if the deal was successful.
“The advisors to the service providers will advise and support the associated group in the planning and implementation of a Nicolás Maduro arrest / detention / elimination operation, the elimination of the current regime and the installation of the renowned Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó,” the text said Document. referring to the opposition leader of the National Assembly of Venezuela.
To this end, the contract would provide Silvercorp with an immediate response group to operate in various parts of the country on Guaidó’s orders. When President Maduro’s elimination was carried out, the new government promised to pay a “success bonus” of $ 10 million, though it does not specify whether this applies to each participant or to all.
Of the 47 contract sites, the authenticity of which Guaidó refuses, only seven have been published.
Now Rodríguez has revealed some details: The part of the contract consists of 13 tools that carry out the different phases of “Operation Gideon”.