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Venezuela Opposition Says Will Not Attend Dialogue with Maduro Regime
‘We will not lend ourselves to a government show,” opposition lawmaker Luis Florido, who represented the MUD in the two previous meets, said Tuesday during a press conference broadcast over the live-video social media app Periscope. “To be clear with the country and communicating in a transparent manner, right now the requirements to initiate the process have not been granted.”

By Carlos Camacho

CARACAS -- The MUD opposition coallition said Tuesday it will not attend a a third exploratory meeting with Nicolas Maduro government representatives scheduled for September 27th (tomorrow) in the Dominican Republic.

‘We will not lend ourselves to a government show,” opposition lawmaker Luis Florido, who represented the MUD in the two previous meets, said Tuesday during a press conference broadcast over the live-video social media app Periscope. “To be clear with the country and communicating in a transparent manner, right now the requirements to initiate the process have not been granted.”

“In order to go to the Dominican Republic we demand a clear agenda,” Florido added.

The government not honoring its commitments to the dialogue, including the release of all political prisoners and the opening of a humanitarian aid channel, also meant failure in a previous, Vatican-sponsored, dialogue effort held in late 2016, early 2017.





 

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