Which make it much more difficult and complex to group them within the Last Database same bloc. Long before he was elected president of Chile, Gabriel Boric had already been critical of the Maduro government. In that sense, the positions that he has Last Database assumed since he was elected are not a surprise, but the change is very relevant. Someone might have expected that, as president, and by placing himself clearly on the political left, he would be tempted to Last Database tone down the content of his criticism, in addition to the fact that Venezuela has been in a period of relative stability and recovery.
Recently, regional elections took place with Last Database multiple international observers, in which Chavismo lost – and accepted the result immediately, contrary to what some expected – in historic fiefdoms such as the state of Barinas. Even the US government has Last Database sent some signals and interlocutors to Venezuela on the oil issue, in the context of the consequences of the war in Ukraine. However, once elected, Boric did not change the opinion of his years as a Last Database deputy and has pointed out quite clearly that for him not only is Venezuela not a model, but that the.
Maduro government has committed serious human rights violations, and Last Database does not take away its responsibility for the exodus of more than five million Venezuelans, many of whom migrated precisely to Chile (migration that is a source of political tension and expressions of Last Database xenophobia in the north of the country). As expected, this was answered from different spaces. The former Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa, the Argentine intellectual and now leader of the Last Database Communist Party Atilio Borón or the former Venezuelan foreign minister and son-in-law of Hugo Chávez Jorge Arreaza questioned the young Chilean president. Borón recommended that he take history classes1and Arreaza went to the crossroads on Twitter.