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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH

Capriles: Venezuela has a government that does not govern

Reelected governor of Miranda state and opposition leader Henrique Capriles said Monday that the Constitution provides for clear terms and conditions in the event that Hugo Chávez fails to appear in his swearing-in ceremony on January 10

EL UNIVERSAL
Monday January 07, 2013  12:34 PM
Reelected governor of Miranda state and opposition leader Henrique Capriles reiterated on Monday that on January 10 a presidential term ends and a new one begins. Therefore, Hugo Chávez should take an oath as the president of Venezuela on that date.

According to Capriles, given the health condition of President Hugo Chávez, "the government does not govern."

He stressed that the opposition has never suggested that on January 10 Chávez should lose his condition as president-elect. Rather, he said the terms and conditions provided for under the Constitution for such case should be met.

"We want him to take office, but if his swearing in does not occur, we have a number of established legal terms. This is not about constructions on what people like or not."
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A shipment of over 30,000 tons of phosphate arrived at Puerto Cabello port in late July on board the Shi Long Ling, a Chinese-flagged vessel that began its long journey in northern Africa. The cargo boat docked on July 26 after traveling more than 3,200 nautical miles. Undoubtedly, this would just be considered one in many cargo ships crisscrossing the oceans if it were not for the fact that Venezuela has denounced Western Sahara occupation by Morocco and yet purchases the territory's natural resource products from the occupying power.

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