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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH

Ledezma: Cabello and Maduro are receiving instructions from Cuba

Caracas Metropolitan Mayor Antonio Ledezma said it was obvious that Foreign Minister Nicolás Maduro and National Assembly Speaker Diosdado Cabello are receiving instructions from the Cuban government. "They are getting (instructions) and what we want to know is who is giving such instructions, because according to the latest report of Communication Minister Ernesto Villegas, President Chávez is in a critical health status"

Caracas Metropolitan Mayor Antonio Ledezma said the good faith of President Hugo Chávez's followers has been betrayed (File photo)
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Friday January 04, 2013  04:28 PM
Caracas Metropolitan Mayor and opposition leader Antonio Ledezma reported that President Hugo Chávez is "kidnapped in Cuba" and that Venezuelans have a right to know what his condition is and who is giving instructions from Cuba.

Ledezma urged the Venezuelan Government to provide accurate information regarding Chávez's state of health. "I am ratifying my stance: as Venezuelans, we have a right to know the real situation of the President. We can have different political views; we can have disagreements as persons and political leaders, but Chávez is the president of all Venezuelans and he has been in the hands of the Cuban government for more than 18 months."

Ledezma believes the way the information on Chávez's operation for cancer has been handled suggests that the president "is virtually kidnapped by a foreign government."

"Enough disrespect for Venezuelans. I feel Venezuelans have been deceived and the good faith of President Hugo Chávez's followers and relatives has been betrayed," Ledezma said.

The opposition leader requested a clarification on who is giving instructions from Cuba to the officials currently in charge of the Venezuelan government."

Ledezma said it was obvious that Foreign Minister Nicolás Maduro and National Assembly Speaker Diosdado Cabello are receiving instructions from the Cuban government. "They are getting (instructions) and what we want to know is who is giving the instructions, because according to the latest report of Communication Minister Ernesto Villegas, President Chávez is in a critical health status."
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