Maduro assures that he will go “in good faith” to dialogue with the opposition

El PSUV ha logrado el 70 por ciento de los votos en las municipales de Venezuela, con una alta abstención (Foto de ARCHIVO) 11/12/2017

The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, declared this past Saturday afternoon his intention to attend “with good faith” the negotiations raised by the opposition.

However, Maduro has raised several conditions: immediate lifting of sanctions by the United States and its allies, recognition of the Constitution and its five powers, immediate return of “hijacked” bank accounts in the United States and Europe, and Venezuelan assets. like Citgo or Monómeros and the advertising of the negotiations. “We are no longer going to meet in secret,” he warned.

“We want to go to dialogue with good faith. We finally succeeded. We have managed to convene and we are going to be able to bring the entire Venezuelan opposition, the Venezuelan oppositions, to the dialogue table. Revolutionary triumph!”

The Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó has proposed a negotiation process with the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, with the participation of the international “powers”, to achieve the holding of “free and fair” elections and to tackle the political crisis in the that the Caribbean nation is immersed.

The negotiation with Maduro, to which he had refused until now, is part of an initiative called the National Salvation Agreement and, in addition to the holding of presidential, parliamentary, regional and municipal elections with international observation and support, it also seeks entry ” massive “humanitarian aid and vaccines against COVID-19.


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