The president of the European Parliament recalled that his institution was the first to denounce human rights violations and to ask for sanctions against the regime, as well as that he granted the Venezuelan opposition the Sakharov Prize in 2017. The ambassador appointed by Juan March 2019 Calendar Australia to represent Venezuela in the United States has asked Spain and the European Union to renounce deadlines and mediation and to join international pressure for Nicolás Maduro to abandon power and facilitate the transition to democracy. “It is time for the EU to increase the pressure and now is the time to do it,” the ambassador elected by the National Assembly, Carlos Vecchio, who met with US Vice President Mike on Tuesday, said at a press conference. Pence, in the White House. Vecchio is already in contact with US diplomacy and the Treasury for the Guaidó government to take control of Venezuelan assets in the US, including the embassy and the nine consulates.
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“The president of Spain called Juan Guaidó in an implicit acknowledgment,” Vecchio said in response to a question from ABC. “Other countries have spoken like Germany, England and even Portugal, which has been very clear saying that Maduro’s time is over, that’s a message in the right direction.” The president of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sanchez, has not recognized Guaidó and given Maduro a period of eight days, due on Sunday, to “have elections in Venezuela.” In response to these requests, the Secretary General of the Organization of American States, Luis Almagro, has said: “Asking for elections Maduro is not the best way to restore democracy in the country, because we already know how Maduro’s elections are.”
Vecchio, the new ambassador, has said, about the term of Sanchez and the EU: “They gave him a deadline and I would like to tell them that March 2019 Calendar Australia already rejected that approach, but I ask them to accelerate the step in the right direction and to put themselves on the side of democracy and recognize Juan Guaidó. “The president of the United States, Donald Trump, has called this Wednesday to the interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, to express his support in the transition to democracy in the country. It is, according to the White House, the first conversation that both politicians have held since Guaidó was sworn in last Wednesday.