What are the conditions that the Maduro government sets for the elections?

After several months of comings and goings, and in a significant context of energy crisis in a large part of the West, Chavismo and the opposition returned today to a dialogue table to guarantee free elections in Venezuela by 2024.

In 2021, an agreement had also been reached, but it was finally cancelled.

The first point of contention between both sectors of the Bolivarian nation is the date on which the elections will take place, originally agreed for 2024. From the opposition, they vehemently remarked that “Venezuela It can’t wait”, especially since in 2023 they would hold their own primaries for these new elections. Notwithstanding everything, it is on track so that tomorrow, the day the talks will end, there will be a signing of an agreement.

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