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CARACAS, Tuesday April 23, 2013 | Update
 
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ELECTION 2013

Minister Varela threatens to put Henrique Capriles behind bars

Minister of Penitentiary Affairs Iris Varela said the Venezuelan government is to report to domestic and foreign bodies what she described as "fascist actions" by the opposition. She said videos and testimonies would be presented as evidence. Further, she threatened to put opposition leader Henrique Capriles in jail

Iris Varela accompanied by former baseball player and singer Antonio Álvarez (AVN)
EL UNIVERSAL
Tuesday April 23, 2013  04:40 PM
Minister of Penitentiary Affairs Iris Varela said the government would present at domestic and foreign bodies evidence of the attacks where a number of healthcare centers were burnt and Chavezism activists were harassed during the April 14 presidential election and subsequent days.

Just like other government spokespersons, she accused opposition leader Henrique Capriles Radonski of igniting violence across the country because he failed to recognize the election results. She vowed to send Capriles to jail for such actions.

"Capriles Radonski, you will not be left unpunished for this crime you masterminded."
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