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GOVERNMENT

Venezuelan vice-president submits Yearly Report to Congress

Ruling party Deputy Darío Vivas stated that the event would be held at 4:00 p. m (local time)

Congress will receive Vice-President Nicolás Maduro, on behalf of President Hugo Chávez (Photo: Nicola Rocco)
EL UNIVERSAL
Tuesday January 15, 2013  11:40 AM

Venezuela's Congress' Deputy Speaker Darío Vivas has informed that since President Hugo Chávez has been granted permission by the Congress to get well, Vice-President Nicolás Maduro planned to present on Tuesday the Government's Report for fiscal year 2012.

Vivas said in a radio broadcast that the event would be held at 4:00 pm (Local time), but it is unknown whether opposition deputies, who have been invited, would attend the event. "Some of them say there is not a Government as such. Nicolás Maduro will be delivering a speech, though," Vivas said.

Translated by Jhean Cabrera 
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