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Venezuelan opposition deputy Julio Borges delivers a press conference at the Dominican Foreign Ministry, after attending a mediated meeting with representatives of the Venezuelan government, in Santo Domingo, on February 7, 2018. The Venezuelan opposition rejected the signing of an agreement with the government on guarantees for the upcoming presidential elections, claiming that the document does not comply with their demands, but they will submit comments to the text on Wednesday to decide whether to take part in the elections.  / The mayor of Libertador municipality in Caracas and the leader of the pro-government United Socialist Party of Venezuela Jorge Rodriguez gives a press conference and shows the draft of the 'agreement of dialogue and democratic coexistence in Venezuela' after attending a meeting between Venezuelan government representatives and former Spanish prime minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Denis Moncada, Bolivian Foreign Minister Fernando Huanacuni Mamani and Dominican Republic's Foreign Relations Minister Miguel Vargas Maldonado, at the Dominican Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Santo Domingo on January 18, 2018 / Dominican Republic's President Danilo Medina, gestures as he speaks during a press conference at the Dominican Foreign Ministry, after attending a mediated meeting between representatives of the Venezuelan government and members of the opposition, in Santo Domingo, on February 7, 2018. (Photo credit should read ERIKA SANTELICES/AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuelan opposition deputy Julio Borges delivers a press conference at the Dominican Foreign Ministry, after attending a mediated meeting with representatives of the Venezuelan government, in Santo Domingo, on February 7, 2018. The Venezuelan opposition rejected the signing of an agreement with the government on guarantees for the upcoming presidential elections, claiming that the document does not comply with their demands, but they will submit comments to the text on Wednesday to decide whether to take part in the elections.  / The mayor of Libertador municipality in Caracas and the leader of the pro-government United Socialist Party of Venezuela Jorge Rodriguez gives a press conference and shows the draft of the 'agreement of dialogue and democratic coexistence in Venezuela' after attending a meeting between Venezuelan government representatives and former Spanish prime minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Denis Moncada, Bolivian Foreign Minister Fernando Huanacuni Mamani and Dominican Republic's Foreign Relations Minister Miguel Vargas Maldonado, at the Dominican Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Santo Domingo on January 18, 2018 / Dominican Republic's President Danilo Medina, gestures as he speaks during a press conference at the Dominican Foreign Ministry, after attending a mediated meeting between representatives of the Venezuelan government and members of the opposition, in Santo Domingo, on February 7, 2018. (Photo credit should read ERIKA SANTELICES/AFP/Getty Images)

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Diálogo entre oposición y Gobierno de Venezuela queda en receso indefinido

El presidente de República Dominicana, Danilo Medina, anunció que el proceso de negociación entre las partes venezolanas entró en un receso indefinido. Después de que se anunciara un documento el martes, este miércoles la oposicion entregó otro documento, pero Nicólas Maduro dijo que solo firmaran el del día anterior.