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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH

VP Maduro: Chávez is to start a second phase of treatment

Executive Vice-President Nicolás Maduro stressed that President Hugo Chávez, whom he last met on January 14, is treated by a medical team comprised of professional people trained in the best universities in the world

Nicolás Maduro reaffirmed his loyalty to Chávez (Photo: AVN)
GABRIELA TURZI VEGAS |  EL UNIVERSAL
Sunday January 20, 2013  01:27 PM
Executive Vice-President Nicolás Maduro said President Hugo Chávez is following the medical treatment prescribed by his healthcare team in Havana, Cuba. He added that Chávez has the "spirit of victory" after a long and complicated post-operative process. He noted that the last time he met the head of state was on January 14, when Chávez authorized him to submit the 2012 Report and Accounts to the National Assembly.

During an interview with José Vicente Rangel, broadcast on Sunday by private TV station Televen, Maduro said once Chávez completes the current post-operative phase, he is to start a second phase of treatment. He added that details on the new phase of treatment would be provided soon via official statements.

He also asserted that the Venezuelan president is treated by a team of physicians trained in the best universities in the world, who "respect him and treat him with special affection."

Further, Maduro added that authorities are monitoring a group of people who signed the so-called Carmona Decree, under which Pedro Carmona was appointed president of Venezuela during a coup d'etat that briefly removed Chávez from power in 2002. According to Maduro, said people are encouraging actions that would disrupt the democratic order.

"He who intends to use his economic, political or media power, will have to face the Constitution and the Venezuelan state. Do not say you are victims of political persecution," he warned.

Maduro added that authorities are investigating reports of possible attacks against government officials.

He stressed that Chávez's followers are "deeply united and remain loyal to the leadership of President Chávez." He argued that Chávez shaped his leaders based on "the transparent exercise of politics.
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