Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his wife, Cilia Flores, wave next to electoral candidates after the first results of the controversial election for a constituent assembly on July 31, 2017, on the Bolivar square in Caracas. Florida officials announced they will continue to refrain from allowing the state to invest in Maduro-controlled companies.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his wife, Cilia Flores, wave next to electoral candidates after the first results of the controversial election for a constituent assembly on July 31, 2017, on the Bolivar square in Caracas. Florida officials announced they will continue to refrain from allowing the state to invest in Maduro-controlled companies. Manu Quintero Picture Alliance/DPA/Abaca/TNS
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his wife, Cilia Flores, wave next to electoral candidates after the first results of the controversial election for a constituent assembly on July 31, 2017, on the Bolivar square in Caracas. Florida officials announced they will continue to refrain from allowing the state to invest in Maduro-controlled companies. Manu Quintero Picture Alliance/DPA/Abaca/TNS

There will be no Florida investment in Venezuela, governor and Cabinet affirm

August 16, 2017 3:32 PM