On Tuesday, members from the Conservative Party decided to support the presidential candidate from the U Party Juan Manuel Santos for the June 20 runoff. The congressmen had a meeting to discuss the future of the traditional political movement that had a disappointing result during the 30 May elections. The decision was led by former agriculture minister Andrés Felipe Arias, who had previously backed Santos for the presidency, rather than Noemí Sanín, the official candidate who got only 6 percent of the votes. Conservative Party chairman Fernando Araujo will seal the deal and define a framework for the agreement with the U Party.
Un trino de Santos indigna a Maduro y él amenaza con revelar los secretos del proceso de paz. Invocar el anti-colombianismo no cambia el hecho de que la crisis venezolana está llegando a un punto de inflexión.