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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH

Arreaza: Chávez is "stable," amidst his "delicate" health state

"The medical team explains that President Chávez's condition remains stable, amidst his delicate health state," Arreaza wrote in his account of the social network Twitter

Jorge Arreaza, Venezuelan Minister of Science and Technology and son-in-law of President Hugo Chávez, said that Adán Chávez, President Chávez's brother arrived in Havana on Wednesday (File photo)
EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday January 02, 2013  08:13 PM
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez continues "stable," amidst his "delicate" health state after his fourth operation for cancer in Cuba, said on Wednesday Jorge Arreaza, Venezuela's Science and Technology Minister and Chávez's son-in-law.

"The medical team explains that President Chávez's condition remains stable, amidst his delicate health state," Arreaza wrote in his account of the social network Twitter.

Later, Arreaza also informed via Twitter that "Commander Chávez is still battling hard and sends all his love to our people. Perseverance and patience!"

He also reported that Adán Chávez, Barinas state governor and President Chávez's brother, arrived in Havana on Wednesday. "Comrade Adán Chávez arrived today (Wednesday) in Havana. We meet with him, Vice-President (Nicolás) Maduro and Solicitor General Cilia Flores," he wrote.
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