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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH

Venezuelan FM terms opposition cruel for asking Chávez to show up

"I believe it is important to point out that the president has the right to take his time to recover. We cannot fall for the blackmail of the right-wing or their cruelty, lack of humanity..." Venezuelan Foreign Minister Elías Jaua told TV network Telesur

EL UNIVERSAL
Tuesday February 26, 2013  05:33 PM
Venezuela's Foreign Minister Elías Jaua on Tuesday accused the opposition of blackmailing and being cruel, as it demands President Hugo Chávez to show up and take oath. Jaua underlined that the Venezuelan leader has the right to recover. 

"I believe it is important to point out that the president has the right to take his time to recover. We cannot fall for the blackmail of the right-wing or their cruelty, lack of humanity..." Jaua told TV network Telesur.

The foreign minister claimed the "right-wing" has been "putting pressure on Chávez to appear in public, speak and take oath."

"That is the aim of those who do not want the president to recover. We who do want to see him fully recovered wait patiently for him (...) and join him in his battle for life," Jaua stated.
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