Following the first meeting of the political dialogue held in the Dominican Republic between representatives of the Bolivarian Government and the opposition, and with the participation of the former President of Spain, Jorge Luis Rodríguez Zapatero and the President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina, the latter offered statements to the media providing a positive balance of what happens in the place.
In express words, medina endorsed the process of dialogue between the parties, describing the results as “satisfactory” on the first day of meetings.
“We listened to the parties, expressed their views on the situation in Venezuela and we are in the process of approving the construction of an agenda that leads to a definitive negotiation (…) there is a lot of willingness to come to some kind of negotiation”.
He informed that the dialogue process will continue this Thursday at 9:00 am.
The Presidential commission for dialogue is headed by the Mayor of the Bolivarian Municipality of Libertador, Jorge Rodriguez, the ANC President, Delcy Rodriguez and the Venezuelan diplomat, Roy Chaderton.
For the delegation by the opposition are the National Assembly deputies, Julio Borges, Timoteo Zambrano and Luis Florido. In addition, the former Governor of Zulia state, Manuel Rosales, and the former rector of the CNE, Vicente Díaz.