Can anyone explain the difference between Procurador General, Ministerio Público, and Fiscal General? Procurador General seems to be Attorney General, but Ministero Público/Fiscal General seem to be pretty similar...maybe state's attorney's office? But for the whole country? Right now I'm specifically dealing with Venezuela, but I'm curious in general too. An article of Venezuela's Criminal Code (148) lists the Procurador General and the Fiscal General separately, so I guess there must be some difference, but I don't know what it is!