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ELECTION 2012

Venezuela's electoral council accredits Henrique Capriles as governor

"This victory belongs to Miranda's citizens; this victory is for them. You are my strength and my inspiration for life!" Miranda's reelected governor Henrique Capriles Radonski said via social networks

Capriles to hold his second term in office as governor of Miranda state (Photo: Daniel Lara)
EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday December 19, 2012  04:50 PM
Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles Radonski was given on Wednesday by the state electoral board of the National Electoral Council (CNE) his credentials as reelected governor of Miranda state. 

After receiving the certificate, Capriles expressed via social networks, "This victory belongs to Miranda's citizens; this victory is for them. You are my strength and my inspiration for life."

After the first results of the gubernatorial election held on Sunday were announced by the CNE, Capriles stated, "Miranda beat the abuse of power and bribery." Reference was made to the race between him and ruling party candidate Elías Jaua.
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