The president of the AN, Jorge Rodríguez, said this Tuesday that they are “close” to revealing the secret conversations they had in Barbados with foreign agents and the democratic opposition because the agreements were not fulfilled.
He emphasized that Maduro gave the order because what was established in the documents signed on October 17, together with the Unitary Platform, was not fulfilled.
“At this point in the game, we are about to make public the tenor of the secret talks on autonomy and sovereignty, by order of President Nicolás Maduro, the talks we had with some foreign agents,” he said.
He insisted that they were “very close” to holding public conversations because “some of the postulates or elements of the agreement that were presented on those occasions were not fulfilled.”
Rodríguez criticized that, for not following the agreements, they lost the time they needed to travel 16 hours to Barbados every 2 or 3 weeks.
On October 19, Rodríguez threatened to disclose the conversations, rejecting the statements issued by the Secretary of State of the United States, Antony Blinken.
“We cannot reveal some of the conversations that have been given to us unless we are forced to. “If the lie continues, we will reveal the tenor of the conversations.”
“Go wash your avocado”: Cabello rejects US deadline to make MCM
The vice president of the PSUV, Diosdado Cabello, rejected this Monday that the Joe Biden Administration set November 30 as the deadline for the government of Nicolás Maduro to release political prisoners and suspend the disqualification of María Corina Machado.
This was stated in a red-party press conference.
“November 30 is the deadline for the release of political prisoners…I’ll tell you something; I don’t know how to translate it, neither in sign language nor in English, but go wash that coat,” he said.
Cabello classifies them as disrespectful and arrogant.
“They believe that at this point they will be afraid of this kind of threat, as well as threats that are not found in the agreements that have been signed in Barbados, which govern the behavior, as the lawyers say, or the whims of some sectors.” .
He stated that the officials who demanded Maduro’s actions to continue the relief of sanctions were “responding to the orders of their lobbyists, all of which have a price.”
“They take advantage of what they pay them; they wash the avocado well; we don’t care what they think. This country will not be stopped by sanctions, threats, or any kind of obstruction. “We will continue forward. “