Venezuelan government and opposition dialogue forward to retrieve universities

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Venezuelan Minister of Higher Education, Ricardo Menendez, also said that classes in the country are not paralyzed and that is not going to stop the semester study. (Photo: teleSUR)

The government of Venezuela agreed Friday to retrieve university infrastructures that were burned during the violence on February 12, after leaders of the extreme right convene its followers to participate in what they called “output” with the firm intention to overthrow the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
The information was released by the Venezuelan Minister of Higher Education, Ricardo Menendez, during a meeting of the National Peace Conference holding Government opposition mayors and governors in the facilities of the Military Circle in Caracas (capital).
“The opposition has called the recovery of university infrastructure, especially in Táchira and Zulia (west) states, two of the states most affected by burning product universities opposition violence; then up to us (government) responsible for recovering these infrastructures, “said the minister teleSUR.
But Menendez said that the state “fortunately has the resources to recover these university facilities and building new infrastructure for education”; and stated that the classes in the country are not paralyzed and that “is not going to stop the semester” study.
On March 22 President Maduro, reported that at least 15 campuses across the country had been burned by the “fascism.”Menendez took the opportunity to highlight that the government holds meeting Friday with political opposition leaders arises from the success of the peace talks promoted by President Nicolas Maduro.