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OAS Insulza: "Next week we will know whether Chávez can rule or not"

"Politically speaking, this has avoided a conflict that was not necessary. The issue will be resolved next week. We will know what the president's position is and whether he will be able to govern or not," said Secretary-General of the Organization of American States (OAS) José Miguel Insulza, who gave a lecture on democracy in South America at the Latin American House in Paris

Insulza said he did not want to interfere in the internal affairs of Venezuela (Handout photo)
EL UNIVERSAL
Friday February 22, 2013  09:35 PM
Secretary-General of the Organization of American States (OAS) José Miguel Insulza stressed in Paris the way the Venezuelan authorities have construed the Constitution of their country in order not to divest President Hugo Chávez of his prerogatives.

"Politically speaking, this has avoided a conflict that was not necessary. The issue will be resolved next week. We will know what the president's position is and whether he will be able to govern or not," said Insulza, who gave a lecture on democracy in South America at the Latin American House in Paris, AFP reported.

Insulza said he did not want to interfere in the internal affairs of Venezuela or express his view on whether Hugo Chávez should remain in power or not.
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Three Venezuelans and five Trinidadians will stand trial on January 26 under the suspicion of being involved in alleged Muslim terrorist activities in Venezuela.  After nine months in prison, the defendants will appear in court to face charges of terrorism brought against them by the Attorney General Office.

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