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Luis Almagro Aug 22
The dictatorship of has no respect for the people or the natural heritage of . Another crime for which he must face justice.
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Luis Almagro Jul 25
We support the US Treasury’s new measures against officials of the Maduro regime. Corruption has been the worst sanction the Venezuelan people have had to endure for many years.
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Luis Almagro Sep 11
I started my visit to Poland meeting with Lima Group Ambassadors to Warsaw. We had a great discussion on how to move forward in addressing the Venezuela crisis
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Michael Welling Sep 7
The dictatorship attacks with repression and intimidation, it is the only formula it has. We condemn the attack on residence in of . We demand cease the intimidation and all kinds of persecution against the people.
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Hearts On Venezuela 🇻🇪 Aug 28
Countries that voted against resolution “Human Rights Situation in Venezuela”: Nicaragua San Vicente y las Granadinas Dominica Countries that abstained: Bolivia San Kitts y Nevis Surinam Trinidad y Tobago Barbados Belice Granada
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Vzlano 🆘 Sep 11
Replying to @SecPompeo
Thanks and GOD bless you
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OAS Sep 11
RESOLUTION | “Respect for Parliamentary Immunity in (Adopted by the Permanent Council at its regular meeting of September 11, 2019)
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OAS Sep 11
With 19 votes in favor, 4 against, 6 abstentions and 5 absent, Permanent Council of the approves resolution “Respect for Parliamentary Immunity in
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william doust May 2
the principle of no intervention is directed at democracies NOT dictatorships.
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OAS Aug 28
With 21 votes in favor, 3 against, 7 abstentions and 3 absent. Permanent Council approves Resolution on the Human Rights Situation in
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Luis Almagro Sep 11
Replying to @PolandMFA
Standing together in solidarity on our commitment to democracy, human rights and the rule of law, we discussed with Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz the path forward on the crisis in . Democracy is the fastest and only path forward.
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OAS Aug 28
RESOLUTION | Resolution on the Human Rights Situation in (Adopted by the Permanent Council on August 28, 2019)
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DigestVenezuela Apr 27
2yrs ago started a process to remove from , now Chavismo “celebrates” leaving the institution, but truth is this is part of the that promised to work on, and the democratic forces already have a representative in place.
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7estrellas ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Apr 30
We welcome the adhesion of the military to the Constitution and to the President in charge of The fullest support for the democratic transition process is needed in a peaceful manner.
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Michael Welling Apr 23
We received a complaint from Ong's Executive Director . about torture and mistreatment of 193 Venezuelan military prisoners. We will pay special attention to it and demand its immediate release by the usurping dictatorship.
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israel vargas May 1
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Ale🦁 May 1
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OAS Sep 11
Permanent Council Condemned "lifting of the parliamentary immunity” of Venezuelan Deputies 📰 📙 📸 📺
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Carlos Trujillo Jul 12
We support Inter-American Commission on Human Rights () efforts regarding human rights & democratic governance in . We urge full implementation of recommendations issued by , and welcome the announcement of its official visit to Venezuela.
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Carlos Jun 23
The should set an example for the council by leading a movement in for . of ASK the to command a military humanitarian mission for the sake of the people.
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