In this regard, the Chairman of the CARICOM Review Commission gave his support to Keith Rowley, the T&T Prime Minister.
Rowlwy requested early in June the dismissal for OAS Secretary-General since his outspoken stance regarding the current events in Venezuela.
According to Jamaica Gleaner, Mr. Golding did not support Almagro’s recent statements to the New York Times, which accused Venezuelan President Nicolas MaduroÂ´s Government of being authoritarian, inefficient and corrup
Almagro has said on Monday in Cancun, Mexico, headquarters of the 47th OAS General Assembly, that his organization will continue harping on its interference in Venezuelan internal affairs, even though this issue remains a matter of disagreement within the organization itself.
On March 26, the Venezuelan Foreign Minister, Delcy Rodriguez, submitted VenezuelaÂ´s formal withdrawal from the OAS, since this organization has been fostering destabilization and foreign intervention against MaduroÂ´s Government.
Rodriguez said that her nation would not support any activity or event where it is intended to impose interventionism of this group of nations which are only seeking for disrupting the stability of Venezuelan peace.