Venezuelans in Argentina seek help from Pope Francis

Pope Francis Appeals to Argentina’s Catholic Community for Venezuela’s Election Rights

Pope Francis has been reached out to by Venezuelans living in Argentina for assistance in ensuring that all Venezuelans abroad have the right to vote in the upcoming presidential elections on July 28th. In a letter sent through the Jesuit Migrant Service, they expressed gratitude for the pope’s efforts and called for the human and constitutional rights of Venezuelans to be respected.

The appeal aims to put pressure on Nicolás Maduro’s government to fulfill electoral commitments and recognize the rights of Venezuelans. The electoral situation in Venezuela is tense, with reports of pressure and persecution of opponents. Although approximately 220 thousand Venezuelans reside in Argentina, only 2.2 thousand are currently able to vote at the Venezuelan consulate in Buenos Aires.

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