Celac described the “embarrassing circumstances” he experienced after criticizing Uruguay's vice president, Maduro.

Nicolás Albertoni, Vice President of Uruguay

Nicolás Maduro enters the hotel lounge in St. Vincent and the Grenadines are distraught. It also hosted the Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC). “Who is talking bad about me? Who is talking bad about me?“, he asked.

A few minutes earlier, the Vice President of Uruguay, Nicolás Albertoni, He condemned the political sanctions in Venezuela.

Albertoni, representing Uruguay, raised a “respectful and firm call to the Venezuelan government to return to the path of democratic facilitation” and quoted President Louis Lockle Poe. If nothing happens.”

Arbitrary sanctions such as those of María Corina Machado, and the arrests of activist Rocío San Miguel, as well as the expulsion of the representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, are unacceptable.“, he said.

Later, in statements to El Observer, Albertoni pointed out that Uruguay's position “has been the same since the beginning of the government in defense of freedom and democracy.” While the official did not want to address Maduro's discomfort, he said at the end of the speech that some “awkward situations” had arisen that he preferred not to delve into.

Already on the return flight, Maduro said in an interview with Lacalle Pou that there were “double standards” and “double morals” because he spoke about domestic affairs in Venezuela but did not raise his voice in the same way about what was happening in Palestine.

In his speech, Albertoni also questioned that not all countries are “in the same boat” when it comes to protecting democracy, the rule of law and human rights in the region.

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