The Boston Group and Republicans Bob Corker and Caleb McCarry, among others, have committed to the task of negotiating to solve the Venezuelan crisis, with a little resistance from certain opposition factions. Why? Because there’s no guarantee they won’t make it worse.
This article doesn’t seek to analyze the possibility of a U.S. intervention nor the geopolitics affecting that scenario. It tries to get a grasp of the effects that the Operación Cóndor is having on the politicians that want a change of government in Venezuela, but still refuse to support an intervention.
Under the “we have bigger problems” excuse Venezuelan citizens remain unmoving, quiet and unmoved about the issue of violence against women. Turning a blind eye solves nothing.
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