Chávez's victory reopens possibility of re-launching Uruguayan airliner
Senator Eduardo Lorier will cash in on his stay in Caracas to contact again Venezuelan authorities
"Some talks have been held with due reservation, but now certain possibilities of cooperation and participation are opened," he remarked on the radio from Caracas, where he was invited to observe the presidential election, DPA quoted.
Uruguay explores several alternatives for the country to retake the air connection after the winding-up of Pluna, a company which operated for 75 years, most of them as a state-run company.
"The involvement of the State and workers would be better for Uruguay and Venezuela's contribution should be not only financial," the communist lawmaker added.
Senator Lorier will cash in on his stay in Caracas to contact again Venezuelan authorities and eventually "channel some formula" to enable his country to resume operations.
The very early morning after the presidential election (April 15), both candidates requested the National Electoral Council (CNE) to conduct a full audit of the process: one, Henrique Capriles, because he asserts that the election results are different from the ones announced, and the other one, Nicolás Maduro, in order to clear any doubt regarding his victory, and to reinforce his political stance. Nevertheless, as it is already known, President Maduro changed his mind.