31 de octubre de 2016 14:28 PM
Actualizado el 31 de octubre de 2016 15:14 PM
Miranda state governor Henrique Capriles Radonski underscored Sunday that the opposition alliance Unified Democratic Panel (MUD) has proposed an agenda governed by the Venezuelan Constitution.
His remarks came in reference to actions undertaken by the anti-government coalition to protest against the country’s ongoing situation and to request the activation of a recall vote to remove President Nicolás Maduro from office.
“Only abided by the Constitution we can achieve a lasting change,” posted Capriles on Twitter. “MUD devised a roadmap based on the Constitution, for it is the only agenda that must be followed,” he added.
Further, the governor claimed that with the initiative seeking government-opposition talks, a move backed by the Vatican, the Executive Office has now time to rectify. “We count on international support for the actions we are taking because they adhere to the Constitution,” he stressed.