Argenis Chávez: President Chávez's return is in his doctors' hands
Argenis Chávez dismissed the information released on Monday by The Associated Press (AP) about the return of President Hugo Chávez to Venezuela in the coming days
Argenis Chávez, who is also the vice-minister for electric development, denied the information released on Monday by news agency The Associated Press (AP), according to which he would have claimed that his brother and Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez would return to the country in the next few days.
"Spokespersons are Executive Vice-President of the Republic Nicolás Maduro and Minister of Communication and Information Ernesto Villegas, who through the Bolivarian government's official media have provided details on the health of the President of the Republic, Hugo Chávez Frías," stressed Argenis Chávez, through a press release from Corpoelec.
Chávez is recovering in Havana, Cuba, after a surgery he underwent on December 11, 2012.
Cristian Fonseca, a businessman in La Candelaria district downtown Caracas, was doing the accounts in his small shop office on Sunday December 21, 2008. The Christmas shopping season kept him working late hours into the night. It was around 11 p.m. and his phone rang. A friend broke the bad news to him over the telephone.