The experts analyzed the national reports contained in the Additional Protocol to the American Convention on Human Rights.
The meeting sought to explore effective measures to guarantee the full exercise of political rights.
Violence, harassment, intimidation and coercion "undermine the respect, monitoring and promotion of their rights."
The two discussed the upcoming municipal elections in the country, the economic conditions in the region and the challenges of inequality in the Americas, among other issues.
"So long as the necessary steps to begin an inclusive dialogue for reconciliation between Venezuelans are not taken, other innocent people may become victims of violence."
Experts analyzed the implications of public policy in this area and progress in the implementation of the Protocol of San Salvador, among other issues.
The course seeks the modernization of the municipal public administration to improve services to citizens and promote transparency.
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