13 de marzo de 2017 09:57 AM
Actualizado el 15 de marzo de 2017 12:38 PM
Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs Aloysio Nunes thinks that Venezuela turned out to be “a dictatorship.” He is afraid that the founding members of the Common Market of the South (Mercosur) are very worried about the country political and economic stalemate.
“All of us have agreed that long time ago the democratic normality in the oil country overflowed its banks,” the foreign minister said during an interview released on Saturday by daily newspaper Estado de Sao Paulo.
The 71-year-old ex guerrilla man vowed to resort to international organizations with regard to Venezuela. However, he dismissed “for the time being” the enforcement of the Democratic Charter by Mercosur against Venezuela.
Venezuela’s rights as Mercosur Member State ceased last December for noncompliance with a number of trade and political provisions.