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Nicolás Maduro calls Venezuelans to fight against corruption

Who can possibly believe that corruption is revolutionary, socialist, Christian or chavista? Corrupts are anti-chavista," the Venezuelan president said

EL UNIVERSAL
Monday June 24, 2013  06:49 PM
During the events on Monday to commemorate 192 years since the Battle of Carabobo, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro urged the Armed Forces and the population to fight against bureaucracy and corruption.

"Only by fighting against bureaucracy we will obtain an efficient revolution able to meet the needs of the people," Maduro stated during the event.

"Either we do it today or corruption will swallow the homeland," Maduro stated reaffirming it was time to stand up against corruption.
Who can possibly believe that corruption is revolutionary, socialist, Christian or chavista? Corrupts are anti-chavista," the Venezuelan president said.





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