- Crisis.Juan Guaidó receives EU support: "I am in Europe to end the tragedy" that Venezuelans are living
The president of the PP, Pablo Casado, is going to demand Pedro Sánchez to receive Juan Guaidó, as the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will do. For the 'popular', it is an affront from the leader of the PSOE to the president in charge of Venezuela, even more so with the link between Spain and that country .
"Spain has to help Venezuelans to put an end to the atrocious dictatorship of Maduro, and to channel their steps towards free and transparent elections," they stress in the PP. "Do not you receive him because he does not want or do not leave his partners of Podemos?", Said Casado in the message in which he will transmit his rejection of Sánchez's attitude, as EL MUNDO.es has learned.
"Sánchez must receive Guaidó on his international tour. Spain has to lead the Latin American agenda in the European Union because it has always been the gateway to Europe, and Sánchez cannot break it," they add in their surroundings.
The Spanish Executive has decided to receive the Venezuelan leader -recognized as interim president through fifty countries- "through the Minister of Foreign Affairs," Arancha González Laya, according to La Moncloa sources . "The political line of the Government has not changed. Spain maintains its support for Guaidó as president in charge of Venezuela," they add, but the truth is that the lack of an encounter between Sánchez and the Venezuelan opposition leader has aroused unanimous criticism in the Spanish opposition .
Former President José María Aznar could also receive it, if given the chance, although he has not received the call from Guaidó yet. "Aznar is always willing, and supporting the Venezuelan cause," underline sources in his environment.
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