Every day that the Maduro regime remains in place, the conditions in Venezuela further deteriorate. But this doesn’t have to be the country’s future. With a democratic transition, reconstruction will bring international funding and assistance to help reclaim the country’s once bright prospects. It will also require a collective effort from Venezuelan leaders across the political spectrum in the public and private sectors, and key actors from the international community, including multilateral organizations and multinational corporations. What could be a different future for Venezuela, and how do we get there? How would this translate into improved lives for the Venezuelan people including the military?
Join the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center on Thursday, April 25, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:10 a.m. (EDT), for a discussion that will lay out a vision for what the future of Venezuela could look like after democracy is restored. Special Representative Elliott Abrams will provide a policy address.
Registration is Required
Special Representative for Venezuela
Department of State
President and CEO
Ambassador Carlos Vecchio
Ambassador to the United States
Interim Government of Venezuela
Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice
Department of Political Science
University of Central Florida
Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center
*Joining via video conference
*No signs will be permitted*