The deans of the Faculties of Law and Humanities of the University of Panama will be familiarized with the Report of the “Detailed Conclusions of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”, issued by the UN, with the intention of evaluating jointly with the embassy of Panama, the realization of some virtual workshops on the subject.
This derived from the meeting held between the Venezuelan Ambassador in Panama, Fabiola Zavarce, and the Rector of the University of Panama, Dr. Eduardo Flores.
In the development of this courtesy visit, the diplomat informed that: “our mission is to make known what is happening in Venezuela to all the entities that make life in Panama and where better to bring our message than this worthy House of Studies where are the young people that are the future of the country, the first university of Panama.”
“The importance of making known the current situation lies in the fact that our only bastion is the National Assembly and this government intends to go into a parliamentary election that, although it is already due, we must note that the elections for the President of the Republic have been due for two years, and therefore we have an Interim President who, until these elections take place, continues to represent our country,” added the ambassador.
Zavarce continued that: “within this framework, the support of the international community and the international alarms that are being raised are also essential, since each alarm, accompanied by the pronouncements of each country, imply a political cost for Nicolas Maduro’s Dictatorship”.
For his part, the rector Eduardo Flores, showed his pleasure at the proposal to carry out the virtual workshops with students from the University of Panama, and offered all his collaboration to disseminate the respective report and summary – about the Venezuela Fact Finding Mission – among the corresponding faculties.
“I thank for all the summary that the ambassador makes of the situation in Venezuela, because although it is known by the news that arrive, it is important this type of meetings that help to clarify and update the true situation and facts that our brother country is suffering”, highlighted the rector of the Panamanian house of studies.
Among other topics, the Ambassador and the Rector also talked about the Popular Consultation that is being prepared in Venezuela, similar to the one that took place on June 16th, 2017, but that will also take place at an international level in a virtual manner.