The neo-fascist positions of some governments that are part of the Group of 20 industrialized and emerging countries can be neutralized by Russia and China at the G20 summit, Paraguayan left-wing deputy Ricardo Canese told Sputnik.
"The fundamental problem that this summit will have is the turn that has been taking place in the world of neo-fascist positions in a large part of the governments, however, Russia and China, even though they may be in a minority, will be able to mitigate any attempt to take measures extreme, "said Canese, of the opposition Guasu Front (left) of his country.
Canese called the G20 the forum of the countries that govern the world, so the decisions taken at the summit will be of great importance for all States.
However, all countries should participate in this forum, because generally the measures taken there are negative for the most vulnerable, he said.
"With the US and its closest allies, there are many negative repercussions: as they take care of their interests and not those of the rest of humanity, what is decided in these summits further harms the poorest countries," he said.
The summit of the G20, in addition, could be an orchestrated stage to attack the Government of Venezuela, considered.
"The G20 summit benefits transnationals and big business, with it social rights and employment are violated because these forums have as a priority to help the one percent that governs humanity," he reflected.
At the political level, the most important issues of these meetings do not go beyond, Canese said.
"Issues such as the military issue, the distribution of areas and influence are not going to transcend, but they will be treated there, we must be very careful with this type of summits that may decide the future of humanity on issues that have what to do with peace or war and that can very severely affect Latin America in particular, where the US and now with the support of Argentina and Brazil can tend towards unipolarity, "he reflected.
The G20 is composed of Germany, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, South Korea, USA, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, United Kingdom, Russia, South Africa, Turkey and the European Union .