Deputy to file with OAS the cases of political prisoners and exiles
Venezuelan Vice-President Nicolás Maduro froze the talks that started in November
"We must exhaust every possible means," Zambrano stated, adding that he would also submit the dossier to the Council of National Academies on Wednesday and the Venezuelan Red Cross on Friday, in an attempt to gain support in favor of amnesty.
"We are compelled to keep the Venezuelan people informed about each one of the actions taken to prevent this initiative from waning, and we must remember everyday that we have a group of exiles and political prisoners going through hard times," he stressed.
Zambrano added that Vice-President Nicolás Maduro halted the negotiations that began last November because he is an impending presidential candidate, and the talks do not yield political dividends.
Translated by Jhean Cabrera
President Nicolás Maduro is not only the heir to the throne, but also to an economic crisis which demanded urgent measures to rectify the course. The crisis showed up in two aspects: a 50% inflation estimate, and shortage of staples ranging between 70% and 98%. These issues might hit the President's poor popularity; considering his feeble electoral victory of 1% over his challenger.