Venezuela’s government and opposition kicked off a round of talks in Mexico City this Monday in which The ruling party calls for free elections, lifting economic sanctions against Venezuela and the opposition.
fourth and The last day of four days of meetings began shortly before noon at a central hotel in the Mexican capital.According to a source close to the meeting.
Venezuelan parliament leader Jorge Rodriguez said on Sunday that the parties reached the conclusion with “partial agreements”. and a man of faith to President Nicolas Maduro.
The opposition’s chief negotiator, Gerardo Belide, confirmed that “Early Agreements” reached that seek to ease the deepening economic crisis affecting Venezuela, although he insisted that the underlying problem is an economic model that “failed”.
However, Maduro warned on Sunday that these talks would not result in “impunity”, which is interpreted as a warning to the opposition Juan Guaidó, the former parliamentary leader who declared himself president in 2019. and who was facing multiple charges in Venezuela.
The talks have been facilitated by Norway and it is expected that in the afternoon, at the conclusion of the meeting, possible agreements will be announced.
The US State Department on Friday welcomed the start of talks and expressed its desire for a peaceful “restoration of democracy” in Venezuela.
In the general memorandum, the parties raised seven points of discussion, including political rights, electoral guarantees and a timetable for observable elections.Priority issues on the agenda of the opposition from Friday.
The document also includes the Maduro government’s main requirement: that it be Washington-led lifting or loosening of economic sanctions Against a South American country.
The dialogue is done with a view to electing the governors and Mayor next November, attended by main opposition political parties, breaking the three-year election boycott.