Venezuelan diplomats and representatives of the international community highlight the need to adopt political behavior conducive to consensus between the government and the opposition in the peace talks
The representative of the International Commission of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Roy Daza, called for disarming the political language so that the process of dialogue is fruitful.
‘You have to lower the volume and adopt political behavior that not only allows an exchange but also an agreement,’ he stated during an interview on the program Vladimir a la 1, broadcast by Globovision television network.
He said that the complexity and depth of the country’s economic crisis has forced an arrangement between the government party (PSUV) and the opposition coalition Mesa de la Unidad Democrática (MUD).
The Union of South American Nations (Unasur) as an accompanying entity in the process of dialogue, has issued a statement requesting the end of the campaign of public offenses in order to preserve the development of the ongoing talks.
In the document, the regional organization, the representative of the Vatican Monsignor Claudio Maria Celli and the former presidents Leonel Fernández (Dominican Republic), José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero (Spain) and Martín Torrijos (Panama) made calls for the parties involved to respect the spirit and content of the declaration ‘Living together in Peace’, approved on November 12th, in order ‘to advance in the peaceful and constitutional path that the Venezuelan population needs.’