Fernando Blasi, the legitimate representative of the National Assembly before the United States, considered it necessary to restore space for dialogue and negotiations in Mexico to set clear rules and a roadmap for the election year.
“It is necessary to have a complete picture of the country’s economic and social situation,” he said during his talks. in Washington with Congressmen Gregory Meeks, Rubén Gallego, Carlos Jimenez and Debbie Wasserman Schultz to whom he poses the challenges facing the opposition and electoral strategy for 2024, he explained. Newsweek.
Blasi also noted that if the fight is meant to bring about change to improve the lives of Venezuelans, restore the country and re-establish democracy, “we must analyze whether these sanctions serve these purposes or if they are causing an unintended effect that has caused an unprecedented level of migration and has already led to To the deterioration of the lives of those people we want to raise.
The businessman emphasized that the leaders of Nicolas Maduro’s dictatorship consolidate their power when people have to rely on their regime for their basic survival, “just as it happens in Cuba.”
with information from Newsweek.