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OAS' Insulza: "Political deafness just protracts the conflict"

The Secretary General of the Organization of American States thinks that Venezuela's slowdown "has neither been created nor will be resolved from outside"

According to José Miguel Insulza, the attitudes of political parties preclude the return of calm (File photo)
EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday February 26, 2014  02:17 PM
José Miguel Insulza, the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), is afraid that the attitudes of Venezuelan political parties do not help calm to return to Venezuela.

"Thus far we have witnessed to lack of talks, political deafness and a confrontational attitude. That just protracts the conflict, intensifies antagonism and increases day by day the number of dead and injured citizens. Nobody wants that, neither Venezuelans, nor those of us who follow up from the distance the plight of a fellow country," Insulza wrote down in an op-ed in Spanish daily newspaper El País.

Venezuela's crisis "has neither been created nor will be resolved from outside." According to him, no authority, no government, no international organization has pondered on interfering in Venezuela, let alone meddling in its internal affairs.
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