He has spoken with the US and the international community, which “support” a “comprehensive” negotiation process.
The self-proclaimed “president in charge” of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, has proposed this Tuesday a negotiation process with the president, Nicolás Maduro, with the participation of the international “powers”, to achieve the holding of “free and fair” elections and stop the political crisis in which the Caribbean nation is immersed.
The negotiation is part of an initiative called the National Salvation Agreement and, in addition to holding presidential, parliamentary, regional and municipal elections with international observation and support, it also seeks the “massive” entry of humanitarian aid and vaccines against COVID-19 , according to a statement.
Similarly, Guaidó seeks to achieve “democratic guarantees” for all the actors of the democratic forces and ‘Chavismo’, with mechanisms for the reinstitutionalization of Venezuela, the release of all political prisoners, the return of exiles and transitional justice. the commitment of the international community to achieve the recovery of Venezuela and offer “incentives” to the Venezuelan Government, including the progressive lifting of sanctions conditional on compliance with the fundamental objectives of the Agreement.
Guaidó, who has reiterated through his Twitter account that “Venezuela is experiencing the worst crisis in its history,” has specified that he has held talks with the United States and the international community in this regard, and has detailed that “they support a process of comprehensive negotiation that achieves a solution. “
“We are using all the mechanisms and capacities that depend on us, but we still have to achieve the fundamental objective: to recover our democracy. Not just any agreement or negotiation that maintains what it is today: everything the same or that changes mirrors for some positions. Venezuela needs a National Salvation Agreement, “he added.