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Petkoff, Borges and Rosales vow to present single presidential candidate to face Chávez
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Tuesday April 25, 2006  03:21 PM

Opposition presidential pre-candidates Teodoro Petkoff and Julio Borges, together with northwestern Zulia state governor Manuel Rosales, vowed to respond to the "national aspiration" of selecting one single opposition presidential hopeful to face Hugo Chávez in next December 3rd election.

Even though Rosales has not officially launched his presidential candidacy, he is likely to do it in the next few hours.

In a news conference held in Maracaibo, Zulia state, the hopefuls did not rule "any mechanism" to select an opposition candidacy by consensus. They may resort to primary elections, consensus or elect the candidate with the largest popular support.

They vowed to privilege the national interest to lead the country to a better future over personal and political aspirations.


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