Sunday, December 5

4 keys to the new dialogue that the Venezuelan government and opposition start in Mexico


  • Marcos Gonzalez Diaz
  • BBC News Mundo correspondent in Mexico

Participants in the inauguration of the dialogue between the government and the opposition of Venezuela in CDMX.

Image source, Government of Mexico

Caption,

Jorge Rodríguez (left) and Gerardo Blyde (right) will represent the government of Venezuela and the opposition, respectively, in the new negotiation sponsored by Mexico and with Norway as mediator.

Seven points of discussion will mark the new process of dialogue and negotiation between the government and the opposition of Venezuela that formally began this Friday in Mexico.

After the failure of previous negotiations, the last one in Barbados two years ago, all eyes are now focused on this new attempt to try to find a solution to the growing political, economic and social crisis that plagues Venezuela.

Again with the Norwegian government’s medication, both parties signed a memorandum of understanding in which they affirm that they are willing to agree on the necessary conditions to hold elections in the country “with all guarantees” and underline the need for sanctions to be lifted. internationals against Venezuela.

Image source, Government of Mexico

Caption,

Jorge Rodríguez (left) and Gerardo Blyde (right of the image) will represent the government of Venezuela and the opposition, respectively, in the new negotiation sponsored by Mexico and with Norway as mediator.

And at the symbolic start of this new round of discussions, the representatives of the delegations showed, at least to the public, the best of their intentions to now reach an agreement after years of confrontation.


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