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WESTERN HEMISPHERE

Maduro thinks that Obama makes "a serious mistake"

To his mind, the US Government was let down concerning his overthrow

EL UNIVERSAL
Monday May 13, 2013  10:15 AM
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro feels that his US counterpart Barack Obama has made "a serious mistake" for his failure to acknowledge the results of the Venezuelan presidential election.

"I think that they are making a serious mistake, another one in their Latin American policy. I think that they (Maduro's dissenters) convinced Obama of their adventure intended to disregard the election and promised him that I would be toppled (...) They let Obama down in an adventure and a defeat, and right now he is trapped for good," Maduro told multi-state network Telesur, DPA cited.

The Venezuelan president added that the Venezuelan opposition managed a violent agenda involving "two or three generals who were detained" and street riots.
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