He denounced the second term of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro who will be inaugurated this week, and told a Miami broadcaster on January 6 he is willing to cooperate with USA authorities.
Mexico's new leftist government on Friday called on its peers to refrain from interfering in Venezuela's internal affairs, declining to back a regional declaration that urged Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro not to take office on January 10.
Opposition lawmaker Julio Borges, who lives in self-imposed exile fearing for his safety, sent a letter Monday to the leaders of Latin American nations urging them to maintain pressure on Maduro's government.
However, Mexico - under the new leftist government of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador - refused to sign the statement.
"We prefer neutrality, do not meddle, " AMLO is quoted as saying.
Journalist Carla Angola, who said she interviewed Zerpa, reported he was in Florida and was prepared to cooperate with United States prosecutors investigating Venezuelan corruption and human rights violations. "Venezuelans have the opportunity to enjoy 2019 as a year of prosperity and progress".
According to the meeting, governments of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Saint Lucia have all backed the decision, which deems last May's election illegitimate. - "The measure is to take effect immediately" -Popolizio stated.
Conor McGregor challenge to Japan kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa ACCEPTED
The American boxer still has 50 wins and 0 loss while the Japanese fighter still does not hold a professional boxing record. The fight, scheduled for three three-minute rounds, with Mayweather , 41, did a quick work of his foe Nasukawa.
Oil prices rally amid OPEC-led output cut deal, falling USA inventories
West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil futures (CLc1) settled up $1.26, or 2.6 percent, at $49.78 a barrel. Today's early price action suggests investors are pricing in bullish news from the trade talks.
Thai, Saudi officials meet over case of young Saudi woman seeking asylum
Saudi Arabia's human rights record has been under heavy scrutiny since the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi previous year . She had asserted her independence and renounced Islam but had been forced to pray, wear a hijab and was beaten by her brother.
The nations reiterated their full support of the Venezuelan legislature, elected in 2015, and rejected as illegal last May's vote that saw Maduro re-elected for a second six-year term. More than three million Venezuelans have left the country because of the catastrophic economic situation and political Repression.
A former justice of Venezuela's Supreme Court told a Miami-based broadcaster Sunday that he has escaped to the U.S.to protest the election of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to a second term.
"I believe (Maduro) does not deserve a second chance because the election he supposedly won was not free and competitive", he told EVTV reporter Carla Angola. According to the press release, threats have gone as far as planning to freeze funds and ensure financial organisations from the respective countries do not involve themselves with Venezuelan dealings.
The journalist Carla Angola reported that it had Zerpa interviewed; of these had fled to Florida and was willing to work with US investigators in the investigation of corruption and human rights violations in Venezuela to cooperate. We encourage the current Chief Executive to cede power temporarily to the National Assembly.
Despite amplified criticism from peers around the globe, Maduro is set to be sworn into office this Thursday.
Many members of the opposition sitting in Venezuela in prison.