Friday 24 September 2021

Maduro Requested Political Asylum In Panama

Paying the bills

Latest

Legislators to begin discussion on reducing the 2022 Marchamo this Monday

QCOSTARICA - The political fractions, except that of the...

No National Census in 2022!

QCOSTARICA - The Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos...

Seven drivers a day go to the Prosecutor’s Office for driving drunk

QCOSTARICA - Every day, seven drunk drivers are referred...

Costa Rica has the lowest inflation in the region

QCOSTARICA - Costa Rica registered the lowest inflation in...

11 benefits of e-learning

Whether you struggle to learn in a traditional educational...

Will Paul Chaplet ever fly the flag for Costa Rica on the PGA Tour?

Life comes at you fast when you’re a teen...

What Are the Best Costa Rican Players in the MX League?

The Primera División de México, better known as Liga...
Paying the bills

Share

The former ambassador of Panama to the OAS, Guillermo 'Willy' Cochez said the meeting between Maduro and Pope Francis was not to agree on dialogue with the opposition, but to negotiate his ouster and Venezuela (The Telegraph)
The former ambassador of Panama to the OAS, Guillermo ‘Willy’ Cochez said the meeting between Nicolas Maduro and Pope Francis was not to agree on dialogue with the opposition, but to negotiate his ouster from power and Venezuela (Photo El Telegrafo)

(Today Venezuela) A report by Panamapost.com says that the according to the local media in Panama that Nicolas Maduro, president of Venezuela, had requested political asylum in that country.

According to the Panama press Nicolas Maduro had sought asylum through the Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD), with the help of former President Martin Torrijos.

Rodrigo Noriega, in his column “Tal Cual” of the Panamanian newspaper La Prensa, was the first to publish it:

Viene el Lobo. Ayer, en la mañana, corrió un rumor de que Nicolás Maduro se asilaría en Panamá. La improbable decisión del mandatario venezolano lo haría miembro del selecto club de exjefes de Estado que han adoptado a Panamá como su segundo hogar. Recordemos a Perón, al Sha de Irán, Serrano Elías, Cedrás y Bucaram. A esta listita también se sumó el exjefe de inteligencia del Perú Vladimiro Montesinos y su colega de Colombia, María del Pilar Hurtado. No se sorprenda si encontramos a don Nicolás manejando un metrobús un día de estos”

English Translation: Comes the Wolf. Yesterday morning, ran a rumor that Nicolas Maduro would take asylum in Panama. The improbable decision of the Venezuelan president would become a member of the select club of former heads of state who have adopted Panama as their second home. We recall Peron, the Shah of Iran, Serrano Elias, Cedras and Bucaram. To this short is list the former head of Peru‘s intelligence Vladimiro Montesinos and his colleague from Colombia, María del Pilar Hurtado. Do not be surprised if we find Don Nicolas driving a Metrobus one of these days.”

- Advertisement -

Meanwhile, Panama’s former ambassador to the Organization of American States, Guillermo ‘Willy’ Cochez, told Panamá Today the same information.

Cochez says Maduro’s meeting with Pope Francis was not to agree to dialogue with the Venezuelan opposition, but to negotiate his ouster from power and Venezuela; and discuss the possibility of asylum in Panama.

The two-time Panamanian deputy, insists that the presidents of Venezuela and Panama are good friends, “since the two were foreign ministers.

The report says, “It should be noted that the Panamanian president and leader of the PRD, Ernesto Balladares, arecurrently on a media tour which could confirm the negotiations with the Venezuelan government, considering that the president Torrijos is in Venezuela in his work as mediator conducting a dialogue between the government and the opposition.”

Article originally appeared at Today Venezuela Click here to go there!

- Advertisement -
Paying the bills
Q24N
Q24N is an aggregator of news for Latin America. Reports from Mexico to the tip of Chile and Caribbean are sourced for our readers to find all their Latin America news in one place.

Related Articles

Costa Rica, Panama and Dominican Republic seek a solution for Haiti

QCOSTARICA - Costa Rica President Carlos Alvarado, Luis Abinader Corona of...

Group charged migrants US$22K to get them to the United States.

QCOSTARICA - A Costa Rican-Panamanian criminal structure charged migrants of 13...

Subscribe to our stories

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.

Article originally appeared at Today Venezuela Click here to go there!

Log In

Forgot password?

Forgot password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Log in

Privacy Policy

Add to Collection

No Collections

Here you'll find all collections you've created before.