Venezuela gets peace plan drafted by Dominican ex-president: EFE
Caracas.- Union of SouthAmerican Nations (Unasur) secretary general ex-president of Colombian ErnestoSamper on Friday deliver to Venezuela presidentNicolas Maduro, the "stabilization solidarity proposal" to surmountthe crisis in the Latin American country, drafted by former Dominican presidentLeonel Fernandez, EFE reports.
Samper is in Venezuela to promote talks between the governmentand the opposition in that country, mired in a months-long turmoil of protestsand violence.
"I’m in Caracas strengthening the Unasur dialoguebetween the government and the opposition that promotes ex-presidents RodriguezZapatero, Fernandez and Torrijos," Samper tweeted today.
He said in another letter that during his visit to Caracas,he will also present to Maduro a "proposal of joint stabilization ofUNASUR" developed by the Dominican president Leonel Fernandez.