Sat. Jun 22nd, 2024
Opponent rejects signing Maduro’s document on elections

Venezuela’s opposition leader Edmundo González Urrutia, representing the Democratic Unitary Platform (PUD), has rejected President Nicolás Maduro’s proposal to sign a document recognizing the results of Venezuela’s upcoming presidential election on July 28th. González Urrutia stated that there is no reason to sign such an agreement, as the government is often the first to violate agreements that are signed.

Despite Maduro’s promises to work on a national dialogue post-election and his willingness to sign agreements, the Venezuelan regime has a history of not fully complying with signed electoral agreements. The opposition points out that previous agreements, like the Barbados Agreement, were not fully honored by the Chavista regime.

The opposition also highlights instances where promises made in agreements, such as allowing international observers, were not fulfilled, showing that the regime is not fully committed to democratic principles. The opposition’s concerns about the fairness and transparency of the upcoming election remain high, given the regime’s track record of not abiding by previous agreements.

By Aiden Nguyen

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