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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH | Press conference

Venezuela's ruling party wants respect for Chávez's environment

Anzoátegui state governor and a leader of ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) Aristóbulo Istúriz made an appeal to keep on praying for Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez

Chávez's followers rallied outside the Carlos Arvelo Military Hospital, southwest Caracas (Photo: Reuters)
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Monday February 18, 2013  04:38 PM
Aristóbulo Istúriz, a leading member of ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), encouraged party members to respect the environment of Caracas Military Hospital, where President Hugo Chávez was admitted, urging them instead to celebrate his comeback at Bolívar Square, "praying though for his recovery."

Istúriz, also the governor of Anzoátegui state, together with Aragua state governor Tarek El Aissami and the head of Capital District, Jacqueline Farías, said that the president "is an early riser." Reference was made to Chávez's arrival at 2:30 a.m. from Cuba; the coup attempt of February 4, 1992 and the events of April 13, 2002.

"Today (Monday) he killed on the spot those who were saying silly things," Istúriz boasted during a press conference at the PSUV headquarters. "We must take care of the president's environment. We must understand that there are other patients at the Military Hospital and we ought to ensure the good working order. All of us, Caracas residents, are heading for Bolívar Square, and so on, at the Bolívar Square of every state. Let us respect peace and quiet at the Military Hospital. This is our call," he advised.
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