The Organization of American States has summoned a ministerial meeting, pursuing an instability plans for Venezuela.
According to Venezuelan official, Samuel Moncada, the wingspan of the OAS plans brought as a result a special regulation for the next chancellor´s meeting hosted by Canada.
The new regulation will permit taking important decisions in which there will be only necessary two thirds of the membership votes.
Moncada explained that if there were eight from twelve countries voting against the Bolivarian government, the sanctions could pass. However, some countries are thinking over the proposal.