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The High Representative for Foreign Policy of the European Union, Josep Borrell, insists on whitewashing the Maduro dictatorship. Late yesterday afternoon, and after meeting with the President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez, in Brussels, Josep Borrell dispatched a mission to Caracas to negotiate with Nicolás Maduro and convince him to postpone the December legislative elections for six months. If Nicolás Maduro accepts this delay, the EU would be willing to send international observers and give the appearance of democratic normality to elections in which the main opposition leaders cannot participate because they are imprisoned or fled the country.

Sources of all solvency consulted in Madrid and Brussels assured ABC that Enrique Mora, … See More.

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