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April 11 | He urged the government to stop confrontation and hatred

Capriles Radonski: When I left jail, I did not long for revenge

Henrique Capriles Radonski, the presidential candidate of opposition umbrella group Unified Democratic Panel (MUD), rejected the celebration of the violent events occurred on April 11, 2002. He said that "the country has nothing to celebrate"

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Wednesday April 11, 2012  05:14 PM


"The Venezuelan government is celebrating a confrontation between Venezuelans, a division among people, the division between families," said Henrique Capriles Radonski, the presidential candidate of opposition umbrella group Unified Democratic Panel (MUD) to reject the commemoration of the violent events occurred on April 11, 2002 when President Hugo Chávez was briefly removed from power.

Capriles said that "the country has nothing to celebrate this day." He added that "Venezuela is worse than it was 10 years ago."

"There are spouses who do not talk because of politics. There are mothers whose children do not talk to each other because of politics. The division was encouraged," the governor of the state of Miranda said.

Capriles recalled the days when he was imprisoned by the events at the Cuban Embassy in Caracas on April 11, 2002. "When I left jail, I did not long for revenge," he said.

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