The president of the United States, Donald Trump, has assured that his Government has a “good strategy” for Venezuela, underlining that the Government of Nicolás Maduro “is collapsed”.
“We have a good strategy,” he said Thursday in press statements. “Right now, they have a system that is collapsed,” the New York tycoon wielded as a test.
However, the White House tenant urged journalists to stay tuned. “We will see what happens,” he added, without going into details, according to the US network CNN.
The Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, raised on Thursday the need for a new negotiation between the Government and the opposition with the objective that this year the parliamentary elections, scheduled for 2020, and early presidential elections can be held with credible results.
Maduro and the opposition have already staged up to four negotiations in the almost seven years that have elapsed since the death of Hugo Chávez. The last was the so-called Oslo and Barbados process, in which an agreement for a transitional government was drawn up, but failed due to US sanctions.
The United States is one of the main international allies of the self-proclaimed “president in charge,” Juan Guaidó, and the majority opposition that captains.