Prensa 31 former presidents demand an impartial international observation for the Venezuelan elections

/23.09.15/.- 31 former presidents of Spain and Latin America, including the former Prime Minister and president of FAES Foundation, José María Aznar, have joined again to denounce the deterioration of democratic guarantees in Venezuela. Today, September 23, they have issued a new statement on the upcoming electoral process for the parliamentary elections of December 6. In the document, the signatories have called for ‘an impartial and technically qualified international observation by the United Nations, the Organization of American States and the European Union’.

Prensa Aznar and 27 former Latin American presidents call upon Maduro to hold free and impartial elections

/20.07.15/.- Aznar and 27 former Latin American presidents call in a letter to Maduro to hold "free, fair and impartial" elections in December. Obama and Pope Francis have received a copy of this letter.

Prensa Former presidents of the Declaration of Panama come back together to denounce the situation in Venezuela

/01.06.15/.- José María Aznar The former president of the Government and president of FAES Foundation, José María Aznar and many former Ibero-America heads of State who signed the Declaration of Panama last April, have come back together to denounce the worsening of the political, social and economic situation in Venezuela. At the moment, 27 former presidents have endorsed the Declaration of Caracas, in which they denounce the unstoppable deterioration of the democratic guarantees and human rights in Venezuela, after the former presidents of Colombia, Andrés Pastrana, and Bolivia, Jorge Quiroga, having travelled to the Venezuelan capital in order to verify the conditions in which the prisoners of the democratic opposition are, had their visit request to the...

Prensa 31 former presidents demand an impartial international observation for the Venezuelan elections

09.23.2015.  31 former presidents of Spain and Latin America, including the former Prime Minister and president of FAES Foundation, José María Aznar, have joined again to denounce the deterioration of democratic guarantees in Venezuela. Today, September 23, they have issued a new statement on the upcoming electoral process for the parliamentary elections of December 6. In the document, the signatories have called for ‘an impartial and technically qualified international observation by the United Nations, the Organization of American States and the European Union’.

Prensa Aznar and 27 former Latin American presidents call upon Maduro to hold free and impartial elections

07.20.2015.  Aznar and 27 former Latin American presidents call in a letter to Maduro to hold "free, fair and impartial" elections in December. Obama and Pope Francis have received a copy of this letter.

Prensa Former presidents of the Declaration of Panama come back together to denounce the situation in Venezuela

06.01.2015.  José María Aznar The former president of the Government and president of FAES Foundation, José María Aznar and many former Ibero-America heads of State who signed the Declaration of Panama last April, have come back together to denounce the worsening of the political, social and economic situation in Venezuela. At the moment, 27 former presidents have endorsed the Declaration of Caracas, in which they denounce the unstoppable deterioration of the democratic guarantees and human rights in Venezuela, after the former presidents of Colombia, Andrés Pastrana, and Bolivia, Jorge Quiroga, having travelled to the Venezuelan capital in order to verify the conditions in which the prisoners of the democratic opposition are, had their visit request to the...