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OAS nations wind up empty handed on Venezuela condemnation

CANCUN, Mexico  (Reuters) – The Organization of American States failed yesterday to issue a formal declaration condemning Venezuela’s government for its handling of the political and economic crisis in the South American country, despite a last-minute push by Mexico and the United States.

‘You want war?’ Venezuela spars with rivals at OAS meeting

CANCUN, Mexico, (Reuters) – Governments from across the Americas yesterday chastised Venezuela’s socialist leadership for its handling of a political and economic crisis, prompting the OPEC nation’s foreign minister to call the critics “lapdogs of imperialism.” The United States, Brazil and 10 other members of the 34-nation Organization of American States issued a letter accusing Venezuela of undermining democracy, failing to feed its people and violating rights.

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