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Venezuelan dialogue, with a high probability of resumption, according to the opposition

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The leader of the opposition delegation that met in Mexico with the Government of Venezuela, Gerardo Blyde, assured this Monday that there are “very high probabilities” of a “soon” return to the political negotiation that began in August 2021 and was put on hold, 2 months later, by decision of the ruling party.

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We have very high chances of a prompt return to the negotiation process. It is a hard and complex road, but it is the only alternative that will guarantee a comprehensive agreement that will allow us to meet the needs of Venezuelans and work in the best democratic conditions by 2024.″, said Blyde outlined in a press release from the anti-Chavista group.

He insisted that the negotiation between the Venezuelan Government and the opposition must address both the “change of political model” such as improvements in the living conditions of citizens, while the “re-institutionalization of the country”.

Otherwise, even if we assume power, the institutions could be so co-opted that you could not govern and solve the problems”, the leader insisted in a statement to the private radio station Unión Radio, on which the statement is based.

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Blyde stressed that Venezuelans “they are the most hopeful” in which the dialogue allows to solve their problems and stressed that the international community and the democratic sectors “bet and work” to resume talks.

It is not about telling those who go through a dark tunnel that there is a light at the end in 2024 (when the country will hold presidential elections), but accompanying them to travel through that tunnel until they reach those votes under democratic conditions.”, said the anti-Chavista.

The negotiation process between the Government of Venezuela and the opposition in Mexico continues without a resumption date, despite the fact that on May 17 the heads of both delegations announced on social networks that they had held a working meeting in Caracas “for future plans Y “in the rescue of the spirit of Mexico”.

The negotiation between the parties, which began in August 2021, was paralyzed 2 months later, due to a decision by the Venezuelan Government in protest at the extradition to the United States of Alex Saab -alleged figurehead of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro-, who He was imprisoned in Cape Verde.

The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has promised “continue working” to resume the dialogs.

Source: Gestion

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