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Zoom Urachiche, Yaracuy: “We will not allow another coup, Maduro is the President”
April 17, 2013. - Since noon on Tuesday, revolutionaries of Urachiche municipality in Yaracuy remain stationed at the Plaza Bolivar, mobilized for the defense of the country, the rule of law, democratic institutions and the peace of the nation, in response to fascist aggression unleashed by the Venezuelan right, whose main sponsor is the losing candidate Henrique Capriles. 
"We will not allow another coup, Maduro is the President" is one of the chants interspersed with slogans such as "No return", "Chavez lives, the struggle continues" and "Chavez presente, Maduro president!" 
Present were various groups, social movements, farmers, cultivators, revolutionary political parties, social missions, students, women, athletes and militant people who raised their voices for peace and tranquility of the nation, while reiterating their commitment to the legacy of Commander Hugo Chavez.  
Omar Oviedo, a member of the “Socialist Jirajara Peasant Movement,” explained that the presence of Bolivar and Chavez in the village streets and squares is the answer to fascism, “to not allow ourselves to be robbed of our revolution, hope, or independence.” 
"We are giving our enemies notice: with any pretense to intensify its fascist action, we will resist. We stand for peace, but we are aware that we cannot allow progress in the fascist plan at this time, directed by the U.S. embassy and that intellectual and material ruin, Henrique Capriles, spokesman of the ruling classes of the country,” Oviedo said. 

Urachiche, Yaracuy: “We will not allow another coup, Maduro is the President”

April 17, 2013. - Since noon on Tuesday, revolutionaries of Urachiche municipality in Yaracuy remain stationed at the Plaza Bolivar, mobilized for the defense of the country, the rule of law, democratic institutions and the peace of the nation, in response to fascist aggression unleashed by the Venezuelan right, whose main sponsor is the losing candidate Henrique Capriles. 

"We will not allow another coup, Maduro is the President" is one of the chants interspersed with slogans such as "No return", "Chavez lives, the struggle continues" and "Chavez presente, Maduro president!" 

Present were various groups, social movements, farmers, cultivators, revolutionary political parties, social missions, students, women, athletes and militant people who raised their voices for peace and tranquility of the nation, while reiterating their commitment to the legacy of Commander Hugo Chavez.  

Omar Oviedo, a member of the “Socialist Jirajara Peasant Movement,” explained that the presence of Bolivar and Chavez in the village streets and squares is the answer to fascism, “to not allow ourselves to be robbed of our revolution, hope, or independence.” 

"We are giving our enemies notice: with any pretense to intensify its fascist action, we will resist. We stand for peace, but we are aware that we cannot allow progress in the fascist plan at this time, directed by the U.S. embassy and that intellectual and material ruin, Henrique Capriles, spokesman of the ruling classes of the country,” Oviedo said. 

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