Vente Venezuela National Coordinator and opposition member María Corina Machado has distanced herself from the single plan proposed by opposition leader and President of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, understanding that some of his recent decisions have led to a “fiasco” and subsequently accuse him of dialogue with the Venezuelan government “behind the back” of the country.
“They did not deny (…) a joint government that was and is unacceptable and inconsistent,” denounced Machado in a circular that was published on his Twitter account after his meeting with Guaidó. “Needless to say, the decision to include former Chavista MPs in the National Assembly who eventually achieved their goal of ending the imploding of their operation,” he complained.
The opponent also regretted that it changed the route proposed in 2019 in order to obtain the Venezuelan government’s withdrawal and that the opportunities it presented have been lost. “The country has given you a task that you could not or did not want to do,” reads the text posted on Machado’s social networks.
Machado’s words were widely used on social networks. Su Vente Venezuela is a movement that brings together an important convocation skill, especially among citizens who have left the country due to the crisis, and its words suggest some tension between the ranks of Venezuela’s opposition to President Nicolás Maduro.