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Friday, July 13, 2012
Venezuelan Parliament Rejects Violent Actions in Electoral Campaign
Caracas, Jul 13.- The National Assembly of Venezuela published an agreement to reject every action or statement generating violence during the electoral campaign, close to the presidential elections on October 7.
"The start of the electoral campaign has been disturbed by violent actions by part of the Venezuelan opposition," said the National Parliament in a document published in the Official Gazette today.
The deputies said that such destabilizing actions may be part of a plan for anti-democratic factors to accumulate apparently isolated facts to conform a file to justify the lack of knowledge of the rules or regulations of the electoral process.
The National Parliament exhorted the people of Venezuela to be alert for any destabilizing action and reject the violent calls or actions.
The same way it also expressed solidarity with the victims of aggressions, for having supported the revolutionary process in Venezuela.
Previous to the official start of the campaign on July 1st aggressive actions took place against journalists, alternative communicators, photographers and cameramen from the National System. (Prensa Latina)
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