Petro announces that on November 25 and 26 the dialogue between the government and the Venezuelan opposition will resume. We do not believe that his declaration is accidental, because that is what the regime wants, it is not about negotiating, but about dialogue. But that is not what the US and Europe want, which are the ones that have imposed, to varying degrees, sanctions. For them, enough fruitless dialogues, a serious start to negotiations is required in which they agree, on specific points, how to establish the necessary conditions so that free elections can be held, among others.
Some of the sanctions will only be lifted if there is real progress and the regime commits to comply with what has been agreed.
One point that is on hold is that of amnesty, because it would imply the release of political prisoners and the elimination of personal sanctions.
We will see if at the end of November the charade is resolved or the buffoonery continues.