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Moderate opposition says no to exclusion at summit

How a government decides if some countries attend and others do not, said deputy José Correa

The deputy for the Democratic Alliance, José Gregorio Correa, reported that the opposition rejects the exclusion of countries from the Summit of the Americas convened by the United States for June 6 in Los Angeles.

“How does a government decide if some countries attend and others do not. I have severe differences with the governments of Cuba, Nicaragua, Brazil, the United States, Colombia, but I think it is the stage for different ideas to be debated, not to debate with applause.”

He said: “I reject that there is exclusion in the Summit, if I reject it in my country, I have to reject it anywhere, we cannot agree that someone be excluded for thinking differently. So, why have a debate, just for those who think the same as me to attend, it makes no sense.

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