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STUDENT DEMONSTRATIONS | He blasted AFP

Venezuelan president: Taking NTN24 off the air was a State decision

During obligatory simultaneous broadcast, Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro said on Thursday night that his government goes beyond political, electoral and constitutional lawfulness

“The opposition can easily be dragged to further violence plans” (AVN)
EL UNIVERSAL
Friday February 14, 2014  04:03 AM
"We are forced to defend this Constitution project and administer justice. And justice will be administered," Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro uttered after the violent events occurred on February 12.

He put the blame on news agency AFP and recalled the situation in Libya, when, according to him, was false information about shelling ordered by late Muammar Gaddafi. In reference to the removal of Colombian TV news channel NTN24 from the grid of Venezuelan cable operators for airing the demonstrations all over Venezuela, President Maduro claimed it was a State decision.

The president said that his government goes beyond political, electoral and constitutional lawfulness. "It is a far-flung, overarching lawfulness."

In his view, violent acts were plotted from Washington. Forthwith, he made a presentation of a number of videos that displayed the latest events.

In his view, the opposition "has staged marches and has the doors open to take part in politics." In addressing to the opposition Unified Democratic Panel, he advised "I call upon you, for you to see and open your heart and unblock the oppositionist wording against my government, which is a continuity of Hugo Chávez's government."
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