The President in Charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, reiterated that the objective of a Comprehensive Agreement is to achieve a peaceful solution to the crisis.
The national leader added that a solution to the humanitarian crisis must be durable and stable and that for this there must be justice in the country.
“In Venezuela justice is and has been denied, the victims have had to recur to international justice in processes that do not prescribe,” he said through his Twitter account, where he assured that there is a process in the ICC for justice.
Pres. Guaidó added that only with justice can reparation for the victims and the non-repetition of the events be guaranteed while achieving peace, freedom, democracy, stability and trust in the country.
“We are looking for an Agreement to address the emergency and stabilize the country. But there must also be justice,” he said.
The President-in-Charge affirmed that Nicolás Maduro’s regime recognizes that there is no justice or independence of powers in Venezuela and this is part of the negotiation with international support.
“The process for an Agreement and the search for justice are independent processes that are happening simultaneously,” he concluded.