UNs High Commissioner of Human Rights starts this Wednesday a three-day visit to Venezuela

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR), Michelle Bachelet, arrives on Wednesday in Venezuela on an official visit with a work agenda that includes meetings with representatives of the National Government and the Venezuelan right wing.
Bachelet will visit Venezuelan territory until Friday, June 21, as part of a formal invitation made, through a letter, by the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, on November 8.
The itinerary of the High Commissioner includes a series of meetings with the Head of State and members of the Executive Cabinet, including the Chancellor of the Republic, Jorge Arreaza; the president of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC), Diosdado Cabello; of the Supreme Court of Justice, Maikel Moreno; the Attorney General of the Republic, Tarek William Saab, and the Ombudsman, Alfredo Ruiz.
The High Commissioner will also meet with the deputy of the National Assembly (AN) in contempt, Juan Guaidó, and groups of right-wing parliamentarians. Likewise, will dialogue with union representatives, university authorities and religious leaders.
According to the UN, it is estimated that Michelle Bachelet will present a final statement regarding the experience in Venezuelan territory.