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Dissenters: Gov't promotes dialogue but avoids commitment

Opposition alliance Unified Democratic Panel (MUD) proposed some terms for holding talks: a thorough agenda, a mutually agreed methodology, and the good offices of designated officials, either national or international"

MUD's executive secretary Ramón Guillermo Aveledo (File photo)
EL UNIVERSAL
Friday February 28, 2014  04:16 PM
Venezuelan opposition umbrella group Unified Democratic Panel (MUD) complained in a statement that the Venezuelan government has not sent any signals of being interested in promoting true dialogue in the country.

"The government shows itself as the promoter of dialogue without committing itself to anything," said the MUD. They questioned the fact that authorities are seeking to send opposition leader Carlos Vecchio to prison even though officers of the National Bolivarian Intelligence Service (Sebin) are allegedly involved in the events of February 12.

"We have insisted on saying that respect is essential for holding talks, but this must be done with a serious, firm and respectful approach to meet the minimum requirements for trust," Aveledo remarked.

"We ratify our willingness to hold dialogue and propose establishing real bases for its achievement with a thorough agenda, a mutually agreed methodology, and the good offices of designated officials, either national or international."
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