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ELECTION 2012

Capriles Radonski: I step down as governor for the sake of Venezuela

The opposition candidate running for president handed over command of Miranda state government to Adriana D'Elia

ALICIA DE LA ROSA |  EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday June 06, 2012  01:35 PM


Upon delivery of the sash and following the oath, Venezuela's opposition candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski entrusted the Miranda state government to Adriana D'Elía, to embark upon electioneering ahead of the voting of October 7.

The acting governor was also awarded the Miranda Meritorious Order. "I reassert my loyalty and commitment to proceed with such transparent management filled with progress enjoyed by Miranda residents and longed for by Venezuelans," D'Elia proclaimed.

For his part, Capriles claimed that his decision to step down as Miranda governor is for a cause. "It has a name: Venezuela."

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