In Mexico, the campaign «Maduro, you do not expect»

© RIA Novosti / Sergey Goneeverything in Photobacterium of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro. Archival photoIn Mexico, the campaign «Maduro, you do not expect»© RIA Novosti / Sergey Goneeverything the image Bank

Social media users in Mexico have launched a campaign of protest against the invitation to the inauguration of future President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro.

On the invitation Maduro said earlier, the future head of the foreign Ministry of Mexico, Marcelo Ebrard. According to him, Maduro is among the 15 heads of state who have confirmed their presence at the ceremony on 1 December in Mexico city.

In the end, social networks have launched a campaign, promoted under the hashtag #MaduroNoEresBienvenido (Maduro, not for you). It was joined by, for example, the former President of Mexico Felipe Calderon.

The ebrard already had to explain about the invitation Maduro. «We invite everyone. For example, will come the second man in the hierarchy of the DPRK, but will also come and Vice-President of the United States… Mexico should not, and cannot, we would not have done, to say what the country will be present, and what will not. Mexico respects all governments in the world,» said Ebrard on Saturday to journalists in Mexico city.

The current government of Mexico more than critical of Maduro. The country is in «a Group of Lima», which brings together 12 States of North and South America, formed in August 2017 the Association and opposing the violations of the democratic order in Venezuela. In turn, Caracas, Mexico city, accused of involvement in the failed assassination attempt on Maduro in August of this year.

Sam Lopez Obrador, a leftist, said earlier on non-interference in the Affairs of other Nations as the fundamental principle of their future policy of the government in the international arena in relation to the situation of Venezuela. While official Mexico always supported by the Organization of American States (OAS) actions and statements about the need to restore democratic institutions in this South American country.

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