Using the motto “OAS, do not give us the splendor,” a large number of Venezuelan opponents living in Cancun reported Sunday in the airport of this Mexican resort to the participants on the General Assembly of the Organization of American States.
In 2 groups in the access to the terminal area, Venezuelans, largely young people who for years have come looking for a much better life in the face of deteriorating circumstances in their country, carried ad banners with announcements to the OAS while they waved Red, blue and yellow flags.
The particular OAS meets in General Assembly this Monday in a exclusive resort destination of the Mexican Caribbean, that’s already guarded discreetly by presidential guards, as it was validated in a tour by the traveler and urban zone.
Twelve Venezuelan demonstrators, also opposed to the president of that country, Nicolás Maduro, placed blankets within the accesses of the resort which will host the conference, whilst in the urban region an additional twenty were making an appearance with huge Venezuelan flags.
“I exiled myself in the protests of 2014. Now we come to ask the OAS to not turn the backs upon us,” said Paola Seco, a 31-year-old architect who has lived in Cancun for two years and works in construction.
On the side lines of the General Assembly, an exclusive meeting of foreign ministers was convened to discuss the political turmoil in Venezuela in an attempt to replace the May 31 meeting in Washington, canceled because of lack of consensus.
The foreign ministers will attempt to adopt a consensus resolution from two diverse projects.
The 14 countries from the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) suggest that the solution on the Venezuelan crisis be “internal” as well as “based on a dialogue” between government as well as opposition, while Peru, Canada, the United States, Mexico plus Panama promote a ” Contact group “to accompany a fresh negotiation procedure.
“We are certainly not talking about intervention, as they try to manipulate the government the specific situation, but an involvement from the perspective of brotherhood perhaps of the individuals of America to solve the situation,” he said while demonstrating at Juan Trull airport, One of several spokesmen of the Venezuelan community in Cancún, estimated at about 1,000 people.
Venezuela continues to be shaken by daily neighborhood protests since April 1, after the mess the Supreme Court created by undermining their powers in the legislature, which recrudes after President Nicolas Maduro’s call for a Constituent Assembly. More than Seventy dead.