The participation of a broad group "allows us to express the diversity of the Latin American left-wing. This gives us the ability to debate and a much improved ability to be effective," Pomar told Venezolana de Television.
According to Rodrigo Cabezas, member of the national leadership of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), this edition of the Forum is focused on the challenges of regional integration in a political and economic environment that will allow for comprehensive development of Latin American peoples.
In that regard is expected that the integration processes in Latin America and Caribbean will be reviewed in order to update the Action Plan for the 84 parties and leftist groups that are members of the Forum.
Checkout the Final Declaration from the 17th Meeting of the São Paulo Forum