President Gabriel Boric assured that he “approves” of the request made by former presidents and former foreign ministers , to reactivate the Union of South American Nations, Unasur.
The president of Chile, Gabriel Boric , was consulted on Thursday in Mexico about the letter issued by 58 former authorities, which seeks to relaunch the Union of South American Nations or Unasur.
In the letter, it is requested to resume the regional pact, regarding the challenges experienced in recent years. The idea is to “put oneself above the political color of the administration in power& #8221;.
President Boric assured that the foregoing is observed with “good eyes,”, and he maintained that there will be concrete news on the subject “soon”.
Former Foreign Minister José Miguel Insulza, who accompanied President Boric on this visit, defended the arguments of the letter.
The Chamber's Foreign Relations committee summoned Foreign Minister Antonia Urrejola to make the Government's position known in relation to the incorporation of Venezuela into Unasur.
It is an issue that worries the right. UDI deputy Sergio Bobadilla assured that Venezuela must be left out, regarding the “violations of human rights”.
The Chilean ambassador to Mexico Beatriz Sánchez addressed the criticism against her for the first time, at least publicly. This, due to her appointment to her position, which was questioned by different voices, who claimed that it was a consolation prize.
In a speech he made in the Mexican Senate, the president defended the decision of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to suspend the Pacific Alliance summit. He described as unusual the decision of the Peruvian congress, which did not allow President Pedro Castillo to travel.
“We cannot look to the side before the political prisoners of Nicaragua,” President Boric said before the session of the Senate. “In our In our country we also suffer human rights violations”, added the president, who was applauded by the Mexican parliamentarians.