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ELECTION 2012

Capriles: I hope Chávez interprets people's expression with greatness

"We have started to pave the way and more than six million people are looking for future. You can count on me. I am at your service and I want to tell the other Venezuelans (government supporters) that they can count on me as well," said opposition leader Henrique Capriles after electoral authorities announced Hugo Chávez's reelection as president

Capriles thanked the more than six million people who "trusted in me" (Photo: EFE)
ALICIA DE LA ROSA |  EL UNIVERSAL
Sunday October 07, 2012  11:33 PM
"To know how to win, you have to know how to lose." With these words the opposition Unified Democratic Panel (MUD) presidential candidate Henrique Capriles began his speech late on Sunday, after electoral authorities announced Hugo Chávez's reelection as president.

Dressed in a tricolor jacket, Capriles thanked the more than six million people who "trusted in me" and said "to me what people say is sacred. I will always respect people."

"We have started to pave the way and more than six million people are looking for future. You can count on me. I am at your service and I want to tell the other Venezuelans (government supporters) that they can count on me as well," he said.

He congratulated President Hugo Chávez on his victory. "I hope you to interpret Venezuelan people's expression with greatness," he stressed.

"Being a good president implies working for all Venezuelans," added Capriles.
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