In a statement to the media, Rodriguez stressed that the Memorandum of Understanding between the Republican Moral Council-Comptroller General, the Ministry of Public Works and the Office of the Ombudsman-Venezuelan Government and the Opposition is a single platform. .
The Speaker of the Legislature and the Ambassador to the Government stressed that the document represents an excellent step in the search for agreements under the Constitution, combining aspects such as renunciation of violence for political purposes and lifting of coercive measures. .
He urged the Venezuelan people to be vigilant in the development of these discussions for peace and social stability and to participate in the media with suggestions and observations to promote dialogue for a hopeful future for all.
Comptroller General Elvis Amoroso expressed satisfaction with the approach taken by the most serious section of the opposition responsible for the various disturbances that decided to join the dialogue away from violence.
In turn, Ombudsman Alfredo Ruiz saw the signing of the MoU as a way to continue the peace process and to end any form of violence.
On August 13, the government and the opposition monopoly platform signed a document governing the talks in Mexico, mediated by Norway and backed by Russia and the Netherlands.
Negotiations will seek to finalize agreements relating to political rights, election guarantees and the timetable for observable elections.
Similarly, the parties will address calls for the elimination of unilateral coercive measures against Venezuela, restoration of property rights, renunciation of violence and implementation, monitoring and verification of response and approval of victims.
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