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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH | The president's condition is "favorable"

Senior official: Chávez will undergo a new treatment upon lab results

In an interview held on TV, Venezuela's Communication and Information Minister Ernesto Villegas said that the Spanish newspaper El País has been for long conducting a systematic campaign against President Hugo Chávez. "El País' style manual has been thrown to the trash can," the minister admonished

The Government has duly informed about President Hugo Chávez’s health condition (Handout photo)
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Monday January 28, 2013  12:31 PM
In an interview held on private TV channel Venevisión, Venezuela's Communication and Information Minister Ernesto Villegas asserted that the pulmonary infection that President Hugo Chávez had been suffering after his cancer surgery has been controlled and the post operatory period has been completed. He added that upon the results of some lab tests, the Venezuelan president will be entering a new treatment.

The minister stated that the head of state's health condition is "favorable," yet "we do not want to jump into false speculations concerning the president's return."

Referring to the recent scandal arising from a fake image of President Hugo Chávez released by Spanish newspaper El País, Villegas underscored that the Spanish journal has been engaged for long in a systematic campaign against the Venezuelan president, and added that El País' "style manual  has been thrown to the trash can." 

Translated by Jhean Cabrera
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