„President Chavez, from here, on behalf of our people, I thank you for the good you may have done (…) and the bad and you have failed to do, the history will judge you.“

Capriles Radonski send a message to Chavez http://www.eluniversal.com/nacional-y-politica/121004/capriles-to-chavez-you-will-not-stop-the-advance-of-the-people (4 October 2012).

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