Compilador José Hernández*
1. Faltan 52 días para el cambio.
2. “Please, Scott. QUESTION: Anything new that you can give us on Venezuela and this American? MS. NULAND: Yes, a little bit. So we can confirm that a U.S. citizen was arrested. We can confirm that the Government of Venezuela has notified us of the arrest – that was yesterday or the day before yesterday late in the afternoon. We’re now working with the Government of Venezuela on a consular visit. You’ll recall that yesterday I said we had not had joy on that subject. We’re now actively working on being able to get in to see the individual. But until we do that, I don’t think I’ll have more to share. QUESTION: Just a quick – when you say working on a consular visit, that means the Venezuelans have agreed to that, and it’s just a matter of the practicalities? MS. NULAND: That’s my understanding. Yeah. QUESTION: But wait. Yesterday you said that they hadn’t notified you in the normal way. That you were told, here in Washington, not in Caracas, is that -- MS. NULAND: Now all of that has been worked through, as well as -- QUESTION: So they went and talked to the Embassy? MS. NULAND: Yeah. QUESTION: So they have followed, now, belatedly followed regular procedures? MS. NULAND: That’s my understanding, that our Embassy in Caracas is working with the authorities now. Please, Said”. Estimados ese es el último capitulo del caso del “mercenario”. En este editorial se traducen las presentaciones http://elvenezolanonews.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=6337:editorial-el-mercenario&Itemid=106 Lunes, martes y miércoles, el “mercenario”, fue el tema de conversación entre “Scott” y Victoria Nuland portavoz del Departamento de Estado. Si alguien sabe quien es Scott, es bueno que lo diga
3. Hoy a las 11 hora de Caracas estará Ramón Guillermo Aveledo en el Chat de El Universal www.eud.com