MUD ofreció motivos y metas del diálogo con el Gobierno Nacional


La Mesa de la Unidad Democrática (MUD) anunció una rueda de prensa para horas del mediodía de este jueves. El alcalde del municipio Sucre, Carlos Ocariz inició ofreciendo un balance de lo que se ha venido trabajando en el marco del diálogo entre gobierno y oposición, con la mediación del Vaticano.

Luisana Valdivieso/Venezuela al Día

La Mesa de la Unidad Democrática quiso tomarse un tiempo para dirigirse al país. Son muchas las dudas que embargan a los venezolanos ante los cambios que ha sufrido la agenda anunciada por la alianza opositora. Por tal razón, la dirigencia informó a los venezolanos lo que se ha venido haciendo, en busca de mantener la transparencia del proceso.


Los motivos del diálogo fueron expuestos por el alcalde Ocariz. En sus declaraciones mencionó cuatro motivos que los motivaron a sentarse en la mesa y unirse a las conversaciones con el Gobierno Nacional. …



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