Venezuela opposition wants deaths probe for slain activists

By REUTERS
September 30, 2012 23:55

 
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CARACAS - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez vowed on Sunday to run a more efficient government if he wins Venezuela's election next weekend while rival Henrique Capriles demanded justice for the shooting of two opposition activists.

With the South American OPEC member's October 7 presidential vote shaping into a close fight, Capriles is hammering Chavez daily on his record with day-to-day problems such as crime, blackouts and shoddy infrastructure.

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