I'll write a short summary in english about this article.
According to the president of the Venezuelan National Civil Aviation Institute, in September the IVAO will inspect Venezuela's aviation facilities and he expects that they will certify Venezuelan Air Space as safe for flying, thus giving the FAA no choice but to but Venezuela back in CAT I. This will be possible only because of an about 150 million US $$ investment in aviation facilities. He mention the purchase of 16 new radars and the upgrade done in 20 control towers around the country
Hmmm I think this guy sounds too confident about going back to CAT 1. He says that after the IVAO inspection, we'll almost automatically go back to CAT 1. Well personally I really doubt that, since I know the actual condition of my country's aviation facilities. The last I heard about 3 months ago is that the only ILS system currently operating in Venezuela is in a small executive airport outside Caracas metro area (SVCS). To prove that I can personally say that I've seen different approach paths to CCS main runway (10), since now almost every a/c performs a visual approach, every plane takes a different path.
Well, as an aviation enthusiast I really hope this will be possible and that we can finally return to CAT 1.