Casado asks Sánchez that "for democratic dignity" reject Zapatero's position on Venezuela

Casado asks Sánchez that "for democratic dignity" reject Zapatero's position on Venezuela

"He should not accept Zapatero's position on Venezuela for democratic dignity," Casado said after meeting with deputies of the National Assembly of Venezuela and members of the opposition in Genoa. "Pedro Sánchez can not accept what José Luís Rodríguez Zapatero is proposing," he stressed.

He also criticized the government defending what the PP considers a "new assignment" in the political crisis that affects Venezuela, after the Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, Josep Borrell, argued that the European Union contributes to facilitate dialogue between the Government of Nicolás Maduro and the opposition.

"It can not give in on all fronts," said Casado, coinciding with the meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers that takes place in Luxembourg and which is trying to apply more sanctions to Caracas.

In this regard, it has demanded the Socialist Government to support the request of six countries in the International Criminal Court, to investigate the Executive of Maduro for crimes against humanity. At the end of September, the Governments of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru and Canada asked the Prosecutor's Office of this body to investigate this situation.

"Spain can not allow these crimes, others will have to face memory when democracy is restored in the country," said Casado, who also referred to the situation in Latin America, stating that "the region is leaving behind the socialism of the 21st century, an anachronism and a considerable political error of supporting Maduro and his crimes. "


However, Casado has defended the need to seek a democratic solution to the crisis in Venezuela, ensuring that it goes through the call for "real" free elections, with a "legitimate electoral observation." It also calls for the restoration of the rule of law, the separation of powers and constitutional legality.

The "popular" leader has reaffirmed the commitment of the PP with 400 opposition politicians who remain imprisoned in Venezuela and has demanded their liberation and the restoration of their rights. Likewise, it has called for the restoration of a humanitarian channel that allows the entry of food and medicine into the country.


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