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On behalf of peace and democracy in Venezuela

Our world continues to witness turmoil, division and disruption often leading to violence and the undermining of basic human rights and values. This reality is playing out in an acute way in Venezuela right now, as the perfect storm of economic, political and constitutional crises have erupted into widespread protests with hundreds of thousands taking to the streets over the past five months. These protests have often turned violent and have left dozens of people dead, hundreds injured and have caused massive economic shutdowns leaving people lined up for days in search of basic daily supplies. Human rights groups have reviewed extensive evidence demonstrating the use of excessive force, arbitrary arrests and physical abuse against detainees that in many cases would amount to torture.

This divisive strife has worsened over the past two weeks starting with a vote on Sunday July 30 called by President Maduro to elect members of a constituent assembly with broad powers to effectively rewrite the constitution and most likely establish a new government further eliminating oppositional voices in the parliament. The international community is responding in a number of different ways with increasing intensity and determination, but the indispensable support and voice of the civil society should be definitely joined.

One such community, is the grassroots community of nongovernmental organizations in Europe and the Americas representing tens of thousands of alumni of U.S.- sponsored international exchange programs that seek to build mutual understanding, foster closer ties and strengthen peace, security and prosperity globally. We have become educators, scientists, governors, entrepreneurs and social leaders in our countries and regions and have contributed enormously both individually and collectively for over seventy-five years in establishing friendly communication and international cooperation between numerous countries worldwide.

We come from very different studies, nations, cultural and sociological backgrounds, ideological convictions and professional disciplines. But today we are all united behind a single idea, that of freedom in Venezuela. Freedom for all individuals to express their voices. Freedom to build a united, free, open and fair Venezuela. Freedom so that nobody else, in any society in the world, may be detained without legal and democratic guarantees, or unjustly judged; so that nobody may be pre-judged, coerced or directly or indirectly tortured; so that there is no violation of human rights, no inhuman or degrading treatment of humans.

We are raising our voices from Europe and the Americas, a refreshing Atlantic wind of freedom and democracy, and request the immediate release of Leopoldo López and of the Major of Caracas, Ledezma, together with the urgent re-establishment of democratic forms of government and coexistence for the great Venezuelan nation. Our voices are raised together as we chant: Long live Venezuela, democratic and free! Long live freedom!

The members of our organisations hold very different political opinions but are always united in the defence of a leadership founded on the search for excellence and on respect for the political thinking of others, for their customs and ideas, within an ethical code of defence of freedom, solidarity, respect for the natural environment and for economic and social progress.

It is only under exceptional circumstances that we raise our voice, as a sign of protest and dissent against injustice, harassment or persistent, unacceptable arbitrariness. The case of Venezuela and the prolonged cruel detention, devoid of all civil rights, of Leopoldo López, has forced us to firmly raise our unanimous, dissenting voice, on behalf of a very large civil society organizations.

There is no true leadership without genuine values. Only values can protect you against injustice, arbitrariness, pain, humiliation and deprivation. There is no true leadership without personal and political courage. There is no true leadership without leaders.

On behalf of all members of IANAMERICAS and ENAM, this declaration is undersigned by:

Ricardo Vanella, IANAMERICAS President, Argentina.
Johnny McPherson, IANAMERICAS Board Member, Canada.
Aldo Rojas ,IANAMERICAS Board Member, Chile.
Ketty Luzincourt, IANAMERICAS Board Member, Haiti.
Norma Iris Coto, IANAMERICAS Board Member, Honduras.
Leslie Gamero, INNOVAD-H/IANAMERICAS, Honduras.
Luis Pinzón, IANAMERICAS Board Member, Panamá.
Paola Ferrario, IANAMERICAS Board Member, Paraguay.
Javier Figueroa, IANAMERICAS Board Member, Uruguay.

Massimo Cugusi, ENAM Secretary General, Italy.
Vicente Lopez-Ibor, ENAM Board Member, Spain.
Muddassar Ahmed, ENAM Board Member, United Kingdom.
Ivana Bilic, ENAM Board Member, Croatia.
Gyorgy Kovacs, ENAM Board Member, Hungary.
Jeyhun Karamov, ENAM Board Member, Azerbaijan.
Aliona Cara, ENAM Board Member, Moldova.
Atanas Kochov, ENAM Board Member, Macedonia. 



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