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PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION

Insulza: Controversy surrounds the issue of Chávez's inauguration

Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) José Miguel Insulza on Wednesday told Chilean radio station ADN that he would rather not comment about the decision to postpone the inauguration of President Hugo Chávez for his new term in office

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Wednesday January 09, 2013  02:21 PM
Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) José Miguel Insulza said on Wednesday he would rather not comment about the decision to postpone the inauguration of President Hugo Chávez for his new term in office, adding that such issue is surrounded by serious controversy.

"Some elements are political rather than juridical. I would rather not take a stance. I think it is better for Venezuelans to solve this issue tomorrow (January 10)," Insulza said in an interview with Chilean radio station ADN, Efe reported.

"The problem is that many think that if he (Chávez) does not take oath tomorrow (January 10), this would trigger a different process. This is not accepted by people who do not want to rule out the possibility that Chávez takes oath a few days later."
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