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Venezuelan government claims that riots in Tachira are financed from abroad (+ Audio)

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    There also reports of the governor and his wife were to be kidnapped. Cort *Details* for the
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      There also reports of the governor and his wife were to be kidnapped.

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      Venezuelan government claims that riots in Tachira are financed from abroad
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      Saturday, January 12th, 2013 | Filed under
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      governor of Tachira, Jose Vielma Mora [26:18 m]:
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      The governor of Tachira, in southwestern Venezuela, José Gregorio Vielma
      Mora, said Saturday that the riots that occurred on Friday in the state and
      were led by violent groups on the right, were financed from abroad and
      orchestrated by international organizations.

      "There was a disconcerting event, very well organized groups monitored by
      international organizations" yesterday "staged a demonstration in Tachira
      state (...) people who are activists of the crime" both at the University
      of Los Andes (ULA) and the Catholic University of Tachira , an activity
      that must be punished by all, "said the governor to the international press.

      Mora explained that in the headquarters of the Family Foundation Tachirense
      (Fundafamilia) and the Institute for Women Tachirense (Intamujer), attached
      to the Interior Andean was attacked by right wing militants and went to
      them with "in order to destroy these foundations" and they were "encouraged
      and paid in U.S. dollars."

      He indicated that these disturbances "are university professors, political
      activists loser COPEI party, Primero Justicia, men and women engaged in
      creating terror in Tachira state simultaneously also did in other states. ".

      The regional president said "I do not I fight with hooded, drug addicts or
      drunks in demonstrations, I I fight against parents who send their children
      to a triggering event and looking for one dead and one wounded."

      Vielma Mora stated that an ambulance was also tried to be burned at the
      Venezuelan Institute of Social Security, "If an ambulance who burn hurts?"
      He said, while asked tranquility, peace and quiet and invited conversation
      and perform strikes within the precincts.

      Similarly, Mora *reported that "are preparing demonstrations for Monday,
      Tuesday and Wednesday this week, are preparing a national plan for the
      coming riots January 23."*

      He emphasized that the protesters had weapons in their possession, "had 9mm
      pistols with ammunition to create chaos," he urged students not to be
      induced by the paramilitaries and terrorists.


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