Henry Falcón One Year Later: “Abstention Has Not Been Useful”

The president of the Advanced Progressive opposition party, Henri Falcón, pointed out that the presidential elections of May 20, 2018 represented “the key opportunity” for the opposition leadership. However, he said that one year after the elections, the abstention promoted by a group from that sector “has not been useful” in order to reach power.

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During an interview broadcast by Globovision, he referred to the talks between the Venezuelan government and the opposition and said that “everyone wants a peaceful solution in the country, everyone wants free elections.”

“Military intervention is an unrealizable approach and we have never agreed with it, for reasons of dignity, history, principles and sovereignty. Neither do we agree with the sanctions against the people of Venezuela,” he said.

Source URL: La IguanaTV
Translated by: EF/JRE

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