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(Caribbean 360 News) WASHINGTON, United States – Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS), Sir Ronald Sanders, has sounded a warning against meetings, headed by powerful nations, that seek to impose their decisions on the membership as a whole.

Speaking at a meeting of the OAS Permanent Council on a proposal to convene a special Ministerial meeting to consider the situation in Venezuela, including a proposal to change the rules governing such meetings, the seasoned diplomat declared: “My delegation sounds a warning about a troubling development in this organization. It is one of the politics of exclusion – the creation of a process in which some countries exclude other member states from consultations, resulting in the formation of positions that are then introduced in this Council as a fait accompli”.

“The process becomes one of achieving objectives, even at the cost of creating divisions in our membership and weakening the authority of the organization,” he added.

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