Right answer call of dialogue with violence: Rodriguez

The Chancellor confirmed that in Venezuela there will be elections this year. | Photo: Press presidential

The call for dialogue, which repeatedly has appealed to the President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, the opposition in that country has chosen to respond with violence, regretted the Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodríguez.
“President Maduro has made categorical called for dialogue and the opposition responds with violence,” said Rodriguez in an interview with BBC world.
> Pope calls on Venezuela to prevent violence amid demonstrations that have been held in the South American country, the Chancellor said that “were activated sectors more extremist of the Venezuelan opposition” causing violence.

Deputy @JulioBorges violence rest not the truth nor dialogue. You irrespetas the nomination that should characterize a parliamentary.

-Delcy Rodriguez (@DrodriguezVen) April 30, 2017 said in addition that the opposition, led in the so-called table of Democratic Unity (MUD), is opposed to dialogue with the Venezuelan Executive.
He mentioned that a sample of the indisposition of the MUD to the dialogue are the accusations against the Electoral National Council (CNE) of alleged non-compliance with the timetable for elections.
> Venezuelan opposition leader rejects call for dialogue Pope “Let’s go to the electoral processes that apply in accordance with the laws of Venezuela, not subject to the blackmail of Allied governments of the Venezuelan opposition abroad”, the Foreign Minister stressed.
Similarly, he pointed out that the CNE already announced for this year a regional election, and the presidential to 2018. “Now the parties are validating. This process will culminate between June and July this year”, he said.