González Urrutia met with young Venezuelans and promised to create conditions “so they don't have to leave the country.”

González Urrutia meets youth group and promises them new opportunities (X: @unidadvenezuela)

Edmundo Gonzalez UrrutiaThe main candidate for the presidency of Venezuela for the opposition party continued his campaign across the country this Saturday, this time meeting with a group. youthHe promised them a future with initiatives and programs designed to help them reach their full potential and not have to abandon their roots and families.

“With 36 days left for the Grand Final, we had a pleasant meeting with the youth who are committed to the future of the country. We are going to create conditions where they can develop their skills here and not leave” the politician said and promised during the event “All young people must play an important role” in the “new Venezuela” that begins on July 28.

During the meeting, González Urrutia took the opportunity to talk to these children, listen to their concerns and answer some of their concerns. Activist Nandi Campos said she was with her colleagues “An unstoppable desire to build a better country, a just and equal Venezuela”.

“This generation is ready for the future, that new Venezuela,” Mendoza promised (X: @EdmundoGU)

“They hope that with Edmondo the education system will improve, political prisoners will be released and all the young people who left will come back. This generation is ready for the future, for that new Venezuela“said Jesus Mendoza, President of the Federation of University Centers of the Central University of Venezuela.

Before finishing, Gonzalez Urrutia took photos and, despite the atmosphere of optimism, asked the opposition not to fall for “victory” because there is still a lot of work to face the “overwhelming success” of Venezuela's “reconstruction”.

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“With that passion, I invite you to vote now Make sure the result is dedicated to all of Venezuela and that will be a win for all of you“He persuaded them.

Rule this Thursday Nicolás Maduro confirmed his decision Reject the deployment of an EU surveillance mission For elections, it has once again failed to comply Barbados Treaty. Elvis Amoroso, head of the National Electoral Council, hit back at the bloc, stipulating a reversal of its position on a total end to economic sanctions on the country.

The Maduro regime has again failed to comply with the Barbados accord, refusing to send an EU monitoring mission to the July elections (REUTERS).

“There is nothing to say or think that they can come to Venezuela unless the sanctions and blockade are lifted against the Venezuelan people, against the sick, against students, against people of a certain age. “When they hate all Venezuelans,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Carter Center It confirmed sending a delegation to the country, which will focus on Assessment of National Legal Framework and will compare observed processes with international regional human rights obligations and standards for democratic elections, but Does not conduct detailed evaluation of polling, counting and tabulation processes.

“Our commitment is to strictly adhere to these regulations to ensure objective monitoring,” said Dr. Jenny Lincoln, senior adviser at the Center for Latin America and the Caribbean, who leads the group.

(with information from EFE)

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