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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Venezuela Tension waiting to contest the result Capriles


Venezuela continues on Wednesday under stress on a day which is expected to opposition leader Henrique Capriles, contested the election results that gave the winner of the elections to the proclaimed president-elect Nicolas MaduroBoth Maduro as Capriles resort in the last hours social network Twitter to follow attributing blame and responsibility for the situation in the country. "I call on the people to isolate the fascists and violent they are, and the courts to punish the crimes committed and the damage. Peace, Peace," Maduro said, referring to the protests after his proclamation as president elected by the National Electoral Council CNE ) on without completing the recount. Besides damage, the day there were seven dead and more than fifty wounded, according to the Attorney General. Maduro has blamed directly to Capriles and his campaign team for the violence, which reiterated on Twitter at first time: "You hate fascists hate and violence filled the country now say Yonofui.Assume responsibility, defeated his Hit " wrote. "For in his madness of hatred and despair are capable of anything.sensibly and only ask that I ceased intolerance and Fascist violence. Paz, "added the president-elect, whose official inauguration is scheduled for next Friday.

Arrest Warrant

An arrest warrant alleged opposition candidate Henrique Capriles increased political tension. The leader of the opposition Popular Will, Leopoldo Lopez, released a message on his Twitter account announcing an alleged court order to stop him and Capriles. "It's not a rumor. confirm My sources are orders issued against me and Capriles . denounce before the country and the world this persecution, "wrote Lopez, who was accused by the government of running a series of violent events. He noted that the order was issued by the court Control sixth Caracas, judging competition in terrorism. "We do not run this persecution and this political order," he added.

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Maduro also blamed Capriles, who called ruling "illegitimate" in an attempted attack on his official residence as governor of the central state of Miranda, a possibility that last night felt like some. "The illegitimate speaks of love, nonviolence and sent to attack my official residence as Governor of Miranda in Teques, there will be "he said, adding:" Whatever happens to me in the official residence in Teques am responsible to Nicholas Maduro ". For his part, Maduro said that "I am Man of Peace and Word. Ordered to SEBIN (Bolivarian Intelligence Service) maintain protection to former right candidate although bounced (expelled) who protected him." Capriles is scheduled to present at the CNE challenging the result of the governing body of the vote, according to a number of irregularities that ensures development occurred during the vote and calculates could affect "more than a million votes". This comfortably exceeds the difference calculation of 272,000 votes counted the National Electoral Council in the third bulletin Maduro results indicating that won with 7,575,506 votes (50.78%), 1.83 points above Capriles, who managed 7,302 641 (48.95%). "It's much more than a million votes over which you have doubts , we're talking about a universe that is much more than that, "he said Tuesday night at a press conference opposition leader and governor of Miranda, who already announced Monday's victory will not recognize mature until a count is made ​​of 100% of the votes.

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