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Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles has stated that he will not accept Chavista candidate Nicolas Maduro’s victory until a full audit of the election results is carried out. Capriles has slammed the ruling party with allegations of election fraud.
With the vote split almost equally, acting President Nicolas Maduro has won the Venezuelan presidential election, and is set to replace Hugo Chavez.
Venezuelan election authorities have announced that with 99.12% of the votes counted, Maduro is leading with 50.66 per cent of the votes cast. Capriles is dragging behind with 49.07 per cent.
With the vote split almost equally acting President Nicolas Maduro has won Venezuelan presidential election to replace Hugo Chavez.
Venezuelan election authorities have announced that with 99.12% of votes counted Maduro is leading with 50.66 per cent of the votes cast. Capriles is dragging behind with 49.07 per cent.
Some supporters even resorted to climbing several stories of a building under construction, by the government's popular housing program Mision Vivienda on the right side, to have a better view at the closing ceremony speech given by Henrique Capriles.
A boy fixes his Venezuelan flag cap which has become the symbol of Venezuelan opposition and support for Henrique Capriles Radonski.
Despite the heat, thousands of Venezuelans congregated on Avenida Bolivar in downtown Caracas, to support and see Henrique Capriles Radonski's closing campaign speech.
Thousands of Bahraini people participated in the funeral of the young man Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) in Aldaih village, west of the capital Manama on Tuesday, October 2, 2012. Mushaima passed away in detention after his deteriorated medical condition was neglected by prison administration.
Henrique Capriles, Venezuela’s Opposition Presidential candidate, gathered almost a million supporters this past Sunday in Caracas, just four days before the end of his campaign and a week until the Election Day against President Hugo Chávez who has been in the government since 1999 and aspires for a third term. Chavez supporters marched on Saturday, September 22, 2012 in Caracas, to show their support for Chavez in an election that could give him another six-year term.
Egyptian political activists, legal experts, NGO members and human rights activists held a press conference on Wednesday, October 3, to announce the formation of the “Egyptian Constitutional Front," intended to be a new constitution-writing panel to draw a new representative constitution.