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CARACAS, Friday May 17, 2013 | Update
 
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Nicolás Maduro to meet with owners of major private TV networks

President Nicolás Maduro said the meeting is intended to address the "anti-values of capitalism" which, he said, are one of the reasons behind high crime rates in Venezuela

EL UNIVERSAL
Friday May 17, 2013  04:31 PM
President Nicolás Maduro on Friday recalled that on Monday May 20 he would meet with Omar Camero and Gustavo Cisneros, the owners of private TV channels Televen and Venevisión, respectively.

The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the "anti-values of capitalism" that are broadcast by the media. According to Maduro, this is one of the causes of high crime rates in Venezuela. "You have to change. Venevisión, Televen, and all television networks in this country need to change. I will suggest them to make other type of television," said Maduro.

He said that Camero and Cisneros confirmed their attendance to the meeting.
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