Lima, Mar 29 (Prensa Latina) The decision lacking of legal support of the Peruvian government to exclude the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, is one of the factors that put at risk the next Summit of the Americas, warns Oscar Vidarte today.
In a commentary entitled ‘The Summit of the Americas at Risk’ and published in the traditional newspaper El Comercio, the commentator on international issues lists the problems facing the presidential appointment scheduled for April 13 and 14.
He points out that ‘the absence of Maduro can cause the absence of some presidents friends of the Venezuelan regime, which may affect the objectives of the Summit.’
Vidarte considers that the meeting ‘without the presence of that ‘other part of the region’ may end up looking more like the meeting of a group of friends of the United States.’
‘The withdrawal of the invitation to the Government of Venezuela to participate not only did not have legal sustenance but has been politically counterproductive,’ the analyst continues, who is not sympathetic to the Bolivarian government.