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ELECTION 2013

Venezuelan opposition delegation visits French Foreign Affairs Office

Opposition deputies asked the international community to keep their eyes open for the political and institutional crisis in Venezuela

Opposition Deputy Tomás Guanipa is one of the members of the opposition delegation visiting Europe (Handout photo)
ELVIA GÓMEZ |  EL UNIVERSAL
Thursday April 25, 2013  02:50 PM
A delegation comprised by opposition Deputies Tomás Guanipa and Ángel Medina along with former Ambassador Edmundo González was welcomed in Paris by Jean-Francois Charpentier, the Deputy Director for South America, French Foreign Affair's Office, a local radio reported. 

González explained that they reported on the current political and institutional situation facing Venezuela and the number of electoral irregularities found during and after the presidential election held on April 14.

For his part, Medina rejected the behavior of most ruling party PSUV deputies at the National Assembly who believe that "the opposition should not exist." "That is quite alarming for democracy in Venezuela and the region (...) We hope for the solution of the electoral issue in peace and social harmony; we hope Venezuela gets back to the democratic channels and dialogue."

Medina asked the international community to keep their eyes open for the political and institutional crisis in Venezuela.
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