The presidents of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro and Ecuador Rafael Correa advocated from seventh Summit of the Americas for regional peace, but with respect for the dignity and self-determination of Latin American and Caribbean tired of interventionism peoples.
Maduro delivered a speech in the auditorium of the University of Panama, at the closing of the so-called People's Summit, an alternative to the summit which brought together presidents and representatives of 35 countries, which castigated the plans of destabilization against Cuba, Venezuela and Ecuador space.
the Venezuelan leader said that during this period faced all possible forms of destabilization, but warned that the political path of Venezuela should be peace and never the war path.
the political and especially economic situation Venezuela has been in this lapse factor of social discord, with stages of hard internal confrontation with political violence and growing social violence.
According to Maduro, "the man pages of coups are over the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the United States "because" have been defeated by the conscience of the Venezuelan people to support peace.
also warned that both internal and external opposition underestimated his government, in the same way that undercut Hugo Chavez. "They made a miscalculation of understatement, did not know that the commander Chavez had built deep roots, the historical force of the Bolivarian revolution" through a civil-military alliance.
Meanwhile, Correa delivered a "solidarity embrace" social leaders meeting in Panama. "We will never return to it being back anyone's backyard," he said.
The Ecuadorian president hailed the meeting between the presidents of the United States and Cuba, Barack Obama and Raul Castro, respectively, but never give up the defense of the principles of self-determination.
in this regard, said that Washington should compensate the Cuban people for the economic damage caused in more than 50 years and "lift the criminal blockade, which has no legal grounds" against Cuba. He also defended the US return to Cuba Guantanamo Bay.
Correa insisted that Latin America and the Caribbean live a "change of era" after centuries of exploitation and said that we must undertake a thorough reform the inter-American human rights system and the Organization of American States (OAS). "Latin America is no longer for more neocolonialismos" he said.
In the closing ceremony of the Summit of the Peoples was read, also a message of encouragement from Cuban President Raul Castro, who missed the ceremony, in which he is expected.