Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro announced on Saturday afternoon that he intended to take part in the opposition negotiations “in good faith”.
However, Maduro has imposed 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, as well as Venezuelan assets or monómeros and the promotion of the negotiations . “We will no longer meet secretly,” he warned.
“We want to enter into the dialogue in good faith. We have finally succeeded. We have managed to come together and we will be able to bring the entire Venezuelan opposition, the Venezuelan opposition, to the dialogue table. Revolutionary triumph!” .
The Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó has proposed a negotiation process with the Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro with the participation of the international “powers” in order to achieve the holding of “free and fair” elections and the political crisis in which the Caribbean nation is immersed.
The negotiations with Maduro, which he had rejected so far, are part of an initiative called the National Salvation Agreement and, in addition to holding presidential, parliamentary, regional and local elections with international observation and support, are also aiming for “massive” entry. humanitarian aid and vaccines against COVID-19.