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Maduro proposes “a great national dialogue” as his “first decree” after the elections

Maduro proposes “a great national dialogue” as his “first decree” after the elections

Maduro proposes “a great national dialogue” as his “first decree” after the elections

The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Madurosaid this Wednesday that he will sign on July 29, one day after the Presidential elections in which he will seek re-election, a “first decree” to summon “a great national dialogue” and so “think about the Venezuela of the future”.

The first decree I will sign is a decree that calls for a great national, economic, social, political, cultural dialogue (…) unite criteria of all Venezuelans“Maduro said at a campaign event in the state Barinas (west).

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The Government sat down to “Negotiate”, on repeated occasions, with various sectors of the country in recent years, without the final result of the aforementioned meetings being disclosed, in addition to ensuring that they were “satisfactory”.

On the international scene, earlier this month, Venezuela resumed dialogue with U.Swhich had remained intermittent since March 2022, when a White House delegation traveled to Caracas for a meeting with Maduro.

Among the agreements reached then was the partial lifting of US sanctions on Venezuela last October, relief that was reversed six months later when Caracas failed to comply – according to the Executive of the Joe Biden– with what was agreed in the Barbados Agreementsigned with the opposition.

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He chavism demands the unconditional lifting of all US sanctions on Venezuela, while the United States wants the July 28 elections to be “competitive and inclusive”.

For Edmundo Gonzalez Urrutiathe candidate of the largest opposition coalition, Democratic Unitary Platform (PUD), the Government is “the first” what “violated the agreements he signed” and considered that the Barbados Pact “left a dead letter”.

Source: Elcomercio

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