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ELECTION 2012

Aveledo: Venezuela will be happy on Monday morning

The executive secretary of the Unified Democratic Panel (MUD) said the election process has been "excellent" and urged Venezuelans to vote

The MUD's secretary pointed out the relevance of "civil order" (Photo: TV screen capture)
GABRIELA TURZI VEGAS |  EL UNIVERSAL
Sunday October 07, 2012  07:02 PM

On the occasion of the Venezuelan presidential election held on Sunday, Ramón Guillermo Aveledo, Executive Secretary of the Unified Democratic Panel (MUD) asserted, "Venezuela will be happy tomorrow morning (Monday)" and said the election process has been "excellent." 

The opposition leader reckoned that as many as 75% of the electorate participates in the election. Nonetheless, Aveledo urged those Venezuelan who have not voted yet to cast their ballots. He added that ruling party supporters are also interested in people casting their votes.  

The MUD's secretary highlighted the relevance of "civil order," adding that those trying to disturb public order should not receive support from anybody. He also called upon citizens to keep peace regardless of their political bias.  

Regarding reports on intimidation from some civil sectors, Aveledo said, "Such actions have been isolated an in a small scale, and expressed that MUD looks forward to "their solutions."

Translated by Jhean Cabrera
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