Thursday , June 24 2021

The opposition begins process & # 39; "reunification" to oppose Maduro

The opposition organized today the congress, which was termed as "Venezwel Free", ensuring "marks the beginning of & # 39; stage & # 39; unification of all democratic forces willing to face the dictatorship to overcome humanitarian crisis which hinders the Venetians "it says a statement from the coalition Frente Amplio.

"Therefore, we organize from now on cases tactical, strategic and logistic to give the growing social unrest of the people of Venezuela (…) by & # 39; peaceful protest in the streets to increase pressure on dictatorship and stop the usurpation "of & # 39; Maduro, is added in the text.

Maduro won with & # 39; & # 39 wide margin, the 20 elections & # 39; May, which the majority of the opposition did not appear because the main parties and their leaders have been disqualified and because it considered that there were no guarantees.

The opposition – as well as several world governments – have already said they will not recognize the new term of & # 39; Maduro.

The platform also called the "super unit" to achieve the objective and defend the Constitution, as well as the Armed Forces to help "restore" constitutional order.

Front urged the international community to recognize "democratic struggles of the people of Venezuela, and to intensify the pressure and actions that contribute to the end of the dictatorship", arguing that the Government & # 39; Nicolás Maduro is "a threat" to the world and especially for the region.

The coalition has committed itself to build agreement to defend "orderly and immediate" and guarantee the fulfillment of the Constitution, whereas Parliament is "the only democratic institution" to "guarantee and manage the transition".

Numbered, f & # 39; that sense, as priorities & # 39; hypothetical new government to address the economic crisis and the "humanitarian emergency" health and food; change the political and economic model; recover public services today to present failures; restructure institutions; security reform and other citizens.

The manifesto was delivered to the President of Parliament, the opposition Omar Barboza.

various representatives of civil society & # 39; each of the states of the country participated in the congress, among them there are also leaders & # 39; Dissident Chavismo.

At the end of the ceremony, the presidential candidate & # 39; two times Henrique Caprile state "negotiations" as a way out of the political and economic crisis hurts & # 39; the country, while saying he was ready to "talk to the devil" if it allows end of & # 39; "tragedy" suffered by the Venetians.

The leader assured the journalists that Venezuela needs "agreed political solution, which means negotiations, with & # 39; other players" and supporting & # 39; international community, saying, "stresses" for dialogue between the parties.

"For the solution & # 39; this country and Venetians to discontinue live this tragedy if I talk to the devil, I want to talk to the devil", he added.

The Government & # 39; Maduro and opposition came in & # 39; negotiations at the end of 2017, but they ended without results at the beginning of the year when both parties having breached the first agreements met and anti-Chavez government refused to sign a document & # 39; commitment to considered it contrary to its obligations. claims

Caprile clarified that at the moment there is no condition for the opposition and the government & # 39; Nicolás Maduro, who do not know each other, resuming dialogues.

Also, he said he had no rapprochement with & # 39; decision sectors, but knows from his university days the governor of the state & # 39; Carabobo (center), Chavista Rafael Lacava, who two days ago outlining the opponent as "a person who can & # 39; speak."

Caprile also said that with the new term & # 39; Maduro will open "unknown" for Venetians stage.
"(Because) the framework of legitimacy was very doubtful that the government was carrying, by 10 & # 39; January at the international community saying, stop". EFE


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