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CARACAS, Wednesday February 27, 2013 | Update
 
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OPPOSITION

Opposition rejects alleged judicial persecution

Opposition leaders including Ismael García, Julio Borges and Leopoldo López said the Venezuelan government is using "lies" to try to prosecute dissenters

EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday February 27, 2013  02:32 PM
Opposition leaders on Wednesday called upon Venezuelans to disregard the accusations the government has made against a number of dissenters. They mentioned the cases of Richard Mardo, Gustavo Marcano and Leopoldo López, who have been accused of alleged corruption.

Ismael García, an opposition deputy to the National Assembly, said that the government's "lies" are intended to quash dissenters.

Additionally, the National Coordinator of opposition People's Will party, Leopoldo López, said that on Thursday February 28 his mother and himself will appear at the Attorney General Office to face accusations of alleged corruption.
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