Luis Almagro, secretary general of the Organization of American States (OAS), a close ally of the outgoing US President Donald Trump and a confessed enemy of the Venezuelan government, acknowledged that the opposition Juan Guaidó was left alone and that is why they should recriminate themselves.
In a statement to the newspaper El Mundo de España, Almagro expressed support for the work of Guaidó, who on several occasions asked the OAS, the European Union, the Lima Group and the United States for economic sanctions against Venezuela to seek to overthrow the Government of Nicolás Maduro Moros.
He stressed that the pressure towards Venezuela never reached the levels that it should have reached to make the national government feel uncomfortable or find it convenient to seek a way out, a statement that obviates the negative consequences of the sanctions in the country, which have helped aggravate the crisis. economic and suffering in the town, according to experts.
Recently, the European Union withdrew Guaidó his recognition as "interim president" after control of the National Assembly returned to the hands of Chavismo for the period 2021-2026.
In a statement by the high representative of the EU for Foreign Policy, Josep Borrell, making a diplomatic effort to avoid the exhaustive ignorance of the self-proclaimed, he assures that "he will maintain his commitment to all political and civil society actors who are fighting to return the democracy to Venezuela, including in particular Juan Guaidó and other representatives of the outgoing National Assembly elected in 2015 ”.
Guaidó tried to establish the legislative continuity of the outgoing National Assembly, but his intention was not successful.