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Lula advises Maduro to call coalition gov't and offset confrontation

"Maduro should try to reduce the political debate in order to exclusively rule, establish a coalition policy, build a minimum program, and curb tension. I am making efforts for finding a solution during negotiations, because Venezuela is strategic for Brazil," said the former Brazilian president

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Tuesday April 08, 2014  04:23 PM
Brazilian former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on Tuesday advised Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro to call for a coalition government in order to offset political tensions between government officials and dissenters in Venezuela.

"Maduro should try to tone down the political debate in order to exclusively rule, establish a coalition policy, build a minimum program, and reduce tension. I am making efforts for finding a solution during negotiations, because Venezuela is strategic for Brazil," said Lula, as reported by EFE.

"When Maduro took office I told him it was critical to find a balance in order to build peace and let Venezuela cash in on its potential. Venezuela should enter into a five-year agreement to work against blackouts, inflation, and become self-sufficient in food production."

Further on, Lula praised opposition leader Henrique Capriles "for not being radical" like the dissenters who have hit the streets.
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