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Twelve Foreign Ministers Meet in Lima to Reject Maduro’s Illegal Constituent Assembly in Venezuela

Twelve Foreign Ministers Meet in Lima to Reject Maduro’s Illegal Constituent Assembly in Venezuela

On Tuesday, August 8, thirteen foreign ministers from the Americas met in Lima, Peru, in order to discuss Venezuela’s social and political crisis. The result was a signed declaration in which the representatives declare that Nicolás Maduro’s constituent assembly is illegal and illegitimate, as are all decisions that result from it.

The meeting, which was summoned by the government of Peru, assembled the foreign ministers of:

  1. Argentina
  2. Brazil
  3. Canada
  4. Chile
  5. Colombia
  6. Costa Rica
  7. Guatemala
  8. Honduras
  9. Mexico
  10. Panama
  11. Paraguay
  12. Peru

They all signed a document that condemned the rupture of Venezuela’s “democratic order.”

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The group of nations also declared that they would not recognize Maduro’s National Constituent Assembly due to its illegitimate character.

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