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Capriles advises Venezuelans to stay focus and avoid violence

The opposition leader urged the Venezuelan government "to set a deadline to disarm paramilitary groups. No more empty words"

Capriles called for the cease of torture and repression by the government (File photo)
EL UNIVERSAL
Monday February 17, 2014  12:46 PM
In a public statement, Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles Radonski urged the Venezuelan people to prevent "violence from taking us to a dead end. Only peaceful demonstrations can lead to permanent paths."

Capriles urged demonstrators "not to lose focus. We, Venezuelans, are nor not violent."

The opposition leader claimed Venezuelans cannot let the country slip out of their hands, and called for the "consolidation of social movements to request the government to change its course. It is enough for this crisis."

"We urge Venezuelans to orient demonstrations to solve the big issues we are going through," the opposition leader noted.

Furthermore, Capriles urged the Venezuelan government to "set a deadline to disarm paramilitary groups. No more empty words."

The opposition leader called for the cease of torture and repression by the government, to "open a true path leading to the peace Venezuelans are longing for, and to show true commitment to unconditional dialogue."
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