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Panama wants OAS to take a stance on Venezuela

Guillermo Cochez, the Ambassador of Panama to the Organization of American States (OAS), lamented that Secretary-General José Miguel Insulza "rushed into vouching for a number of unprecedented events" in Venezuela

EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday January 16, 2013  04:08 PM
Panama requested on Wednesday the Organization of American States (OAS) not to ignore the "potential violation" of its Democratic Charter regarding the political standoff in Venezuela. For its part, Canada suggested an assessment by a mission led by Secretary-General José Miguel Insulza.

Guillermo Cochez, the Ambassador of Panama to the Organization of American States (OAS), lamented that Secretary-General José Miguel Insulza "rushed into vouching for a number of unprecedented events" in Venezuela, Efe related.

"As a result, and insofar as we do not correct such a mistake, the whole OAS has become an involuntary accomplice with a potential violation of clear precepts of the Inter-American Democratic Charter," Cochez reasoned.
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