Venezuela called for peace and stability in Haiti, President Nicolas Maduro, said that the Bolivarian government has indicated its commitment to the Haitian authorities to work for peace and stability in Haiti; "A nation that for decades has been exploited by the American empire." At a meeting held with the economic cabinet Tuesday at the Miraflo Palace.
He expressed his rejection of interventionist measures in Haiti and other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. In recent days, opposition groups have staged protests demanding the departure of Haitian President Michel Martelly, and the formation of a transitional government, despite the announcement of the electoral council on Friday to postpone the second round of Presidential elections in the country.
For its part, the United Nations (UN) and the United States have requested from the political actors dialog and the continuance of the second round election funded largely by the international community, however, Haitians are in the streets demanding an end to foreign interference in Haiti.