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HUMAN RIGHTS

Political prisoners' files lodged with Attorney General Office

Venezuela's opposition Deputy Edgar Zambrano delivered the documents to speed up amnesty request for political prisoners

Zambrano does not mind if Attorney General Luisa Ortega cannot meet with him for lack of time, he produced the evidence anyway (Photo: Adolfo Acosta)
EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday December 26, 2012  03:59 PM
Venezuela's opposition Deputy Edgar Zambrano delivered on Wednesday to the Attorney General's office a document concerning the case of political prisoners in Venezuela so as to speed up the process for amnesty request.

Zambrano explained that the step was part of the required actions for government authorities.

When asked about the lawfulness of granting amnesty by Venezuelan President Hugo from Cuba, the opposition leader said replied Human Rights "have no boundaries."

Translated by Jhean Cabrera
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