OAS Chief Calls for Meeting to Discuss Maduro’s Rule in Venezuela. Organization of American States’ Almagro criticizes threat to democratic principles
Luis Almagro, Uruguay’s former foreign minister, made the request Monday night for the meeting after submitting to the council a 133-page report on alleged human rights violations and the conflict of powers in Venezuela. The emergency meeting in mid-June, if approved, could eventually lead to Venezuela’s suspension from the hemisphere’s oldest and most important body.
Here’s the text of the Democratic Charter.
A must-read: Et tu, Macri? Why on earth is Argentina trying to block application of the Inter-American Democratic Charter in Venezuela? The tawdry story follows.
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