Maduro ofrece liberar presos políticos para bloquear revocatorio

El Nuevo HeraldEl régimen de Nicolás Maduro le ofreció a la oposición venezolana liberar a algunos de sus dirigentes encarcelados a cambio de que deje de insistir en que el referendo revocatorio sea realizado este año, durante controversiales reuniones sostenidas a puerta cerrada que están acentuando las fricciones entre los adversarios al chavismo.

Fuentes familiarizadas con la situación confirmaron que el principal objetivo que busca el régimen a través del diálogo auspiciado por el ex presidente del Gobierno español, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, es persuadir a la oposición a que deje de presionar a favor de realizar este año la consulta popular, en medio de pronósticos de que más de un 70 por ciento de los venezolanos votarían a favor de revocarle a Maduro su mandato.

La propuesta de liberar a algunos presos políticos ha encontrado aceptación entre algunos sectores de la oposición, particularmente entre las filas del partido Un Nuevo Tiempo, que lleva meses tratando de obtener la liberación del encarcelado ex candidato presidencial Manuel Rosales. …

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