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Gov't, opposition discuss methodology and dialogue agenda

Opposition leader Ramón Guillermo Aveledo had proposed delving into amnesty and justice

EL UNIVERSAL
Tuesday April 15, 2014  10:45 AM
The Venezuelan government and opposition are expected to gather on Tuesday at the Vice-President's Office to work on the "methodological" details of the dialogue process, which was opened last week.

The meeting will be helpful to determine the functioning of the round tables that will be addressing the different items on the agenda.

During the first session, held last week, the executive secretary of the opposition umbrella group Unified Democratic Panel (MUD), Ramón Guillermo Aveledo, suggested holding a second meeting on April 15. Two round tables were proposed: "one to talk about the release of prisoners and about justice, and the other one to analyze and reach an agreement on the national peace committee." Further on, Aveledo proposed having another meeting on April 22 to talk about the demobilization and disarmament of pro-government groups known as "colectivos."

Despite Aveledo's proposals, Tuesday's meeting will focus on the rules of debate and the issues to be discussed further on. The meeting is expected to be attended by the foreign ministers of Colombia, Brazil, and Ecuador as well as the Apostolic Nuncio. 
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