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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH

Cuban newspaper changes Fidel Castro's statement on Chávez's health

The former Cuban president stated that it was up to the Venezuelan Government and President Hugo Chávez's relatives to provide information about Chávez's health

EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday February 13, 2013  12:11 PM
An statement made by former Cuban President Fidel Castro concerning Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez has been replaced at the electronic edition of Cuban daily newspaper Granma.

Answering on February 3 whether he had news about the Venezuelan president, Fidel Castro said, "much better. He is recovering." However, the electronic edition of Granma said that the statement was "revised and updated" by Castro, and the statement was rephrased as follows, "Yes, everyday. He is recovering, according to the latest medical report I received today, Sunday, February 3 at noon." He added that "although it has been difficult and tough days, our doctors are devoted to this task; that is all I can say. It is up to the Bolivarian Government and his (Chávez's) relatives to provide information."

Translated by Jhean Cabrera
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