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Chavez gov't insists opposition vow to respect plebiscite result

The Venezuelan government on Thursday again urged the opposition to pledge publicly that it will respect the outcome of the Aug. 15 recall referendum against President Hugo Chavez, whatever the result. Vice President Jose Vicente Rangel raised the issue in comments to reporters after a meeting with Diego Cordovez of Ecuador, who is in Venezuela to draft a report on the referendum process for U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan. “It’s important for the opposition to say that they will respect the results of Aug. 15,” Rangel said. Full Story

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