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CARACAS, Sunday April 07, 2013 | Update
 
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Sunday April 07, 2013
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PHOTO GALLERY | ELECTION 2013

Caracas said yes to Henrique Capriles


Opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles, wearing a burgundy t-shirt and a tricolor cap, greeted thousands of supporters who gathered on Bolívar Avenue, downtown Caracas on Sunday. "The Bolívar Avenue is too small for this crowd," said Capriles as he took the stage and was welcomed by his mother, artists and representatives of different political parties supporting him

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From early on Sunday, Capriles followers overflowed the emblematic Bolívar Avenue in Caracas (Marcelo Farina)
From early on Sunday, Capriles followers overflowed the emblematic Bolívar Avenue in Caracas (Marcelo Farina) Hundreds of Capriles’ followers entered a building under construction by the Great Mission Housing Venezuela trying to have a privileged view of the rally (AP) On a truck, Capriles toured the Bolivar Avenue accompanied by members of his campaign team (AFP) Capriles hurled tricolor caps at the crowd (AFP) People attending the rally showed great creativity (AFP) "Today the streets of Caracas were filled with joy, hope. The streets of Caracas today confirm what will happen next Sunday (on the election day,)" said Capriles (AFP) Capriles: "I want to say this with full certainty: today we are winning this race" (AFP) Thousands of young people attended the massive rally (AP) During the rally many women voiced their willingness to become the first lady of Capriles (AFP) "On April 14, we will defend every vote of the Venezuelan people," Capriles told his followers (AFP)
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