Following a resolution approved by the Organization of American States (OAS) this Wednesday, Carlos Vecchio, the interim president appointed by Venezuela, the US ambassador to Venezuela, rejects the Nicaraguan government for alleged election fraud planned for the November presidential election, saying the country also supports multilateralism.
“Electoral fraud, legitimate human rights violations and the need for fair, free and transparent presidential elections are parallels experienced by the people of Nicaragua, Cuba and Venezuela.” He pointed out Diplomat on Twitter.
In this sense, Vecchio urged the international community to initiate measures for the welfare of regional countries.
The OAS on Wednesday called on Nicaragua to immediately release presidential candidates and political prisoners in the November election.
Canada, Antigua and Barbuda, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, the United States, Paraguay and Uruguay approved the resolution, with 26 votes and 7 abstentions.
A ReleaseThe OAS expressed its “grave concern” that Nicaragua had ignored its permanent council’s efforts to assert itself to hold “free and fair” elections.
The multilateral organization feared the deteriorating political and human rights situation in Nicaragua and its government’s determination to undermine the electoral process.
OAS advocates for free and fair elections in Nicaragua
In this sense, he encompasses the principles of the US-Democratic Constitution and internationally recognized standards to “implement without delay” the Nicaraguan administration, including “agreed electoral reforms.”
The details of the resolution, under the supervision of OAS and other trusted international organizations, are all set to hold free, fair and transparent elections as soon as possible.
Similarly, the Permanent Council did not refuse to accept other measures if necessary, such as bringing the issue of the November 7 election in Niragara to the OAS General Assembly.
Lives in Nicaragua Crisis The socio-politics that erupted in 2018, when President Daniel Ortega has been in power since 2007, who wants to run again in the November general election.
With information from EFE
Electoral fraud, legitimate human rights violations and the need for fair, free and transparent presidential elections are parallels experienced by the people of Nicaragua, Cuba and Venezuela. The international community must take action for the well-being of the region. https://t.co/NFYMjpUZdH
– Carlos Vecchio (carlosvecchio) October 20, 2021
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