This Tuesday, there are only 9 days left until the end of the month of November, the deadline for Nicolás Maduro to fulfill the agreements with Barbados, where the release of Venezuelan and American political prisoners stands, as well as the stop. in the politics of disqualification that weighed on María Corina Machado and other opposition leaders.
At the time of completing this report, there was no progress in these agreements, but analysts explained to Effect Cocuyo that the beginning of December is not the deadline.
For political scientist and political communication expert, Carmen Beatriz Fernández, the date repeated by the United States through White House spokesmen, to evaluate its approach to Venezuela may act to measure some progress.
“This is a milestone date that will allow monitoring the progress of the negotiated agreements that have taken place in two parts: in Barbados and in Maduro in the United States. That date is a delivery of ballots, it is not a deadline,” he declared on the web medium.
There is a possibility that Maduro will use the day to start the road to the rehabilitation of the disabled. However, Fernández assured that it is possible to happen according to the logic of the Chavista president to get time one day at a time: “Knowing the actions of the high government, it is likely that it will happen. “Maduro reinforced the himself against the possibility that things are not going well, and it seems that things are not going well.”
The low turnout for the electoral simulation on Sunday, November 19, and the victory of Argentina’s Javier Milei could also increase the pressure on Nicolás Maduro, he emphasized.