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THE opposition will attempt to meet with the Venezuelan government again before the end of the year to discuss human rights, political prisoners and other topics, including “electoral conditions,” Blyde said.
Representatives from President Nicolás Maduro and gives opposition gathered at cigivesfrom Mexico on Saturday to resume the negotiations formal after a hiatus of more than a year.
The parties signed a “social agreement”, asking the UN to manage Venezuelan money currently frozen in international accounts in a fund to be used for relief purposesgivestotaling about 3 billion dollars.
The deal is “not the solution,” however, Blyde said, describing it as a “stopgap” step.
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Source: CNN Brasil
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