Posted On 22 Feb 2014
In a long press conference in the Friday evening at the Presidential Palace of Miraflores to the international media, the Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro, admitted he is investigating if parts of the Government might be plotting a coup which, he srtrongly complains, attempts to remoce him from the power.
Maduro accepted five questions throughout almost three hours; two of them corresponded to the Venezuelan State, the regional network TeleSUR and the Government media agency Venezuela de Noticias (AVN). But of the three remaining, he drew the attention that he conceded one to osmary hernandez, correspondant of the expelled CNN International,
Maduro invited CNN reporters to the next official acts expecting they “maybe find something good to transmit”. But he confirmed that the administrative process to take the foreign broadcaster off the air is still running out Unless they rectify the information respecting the Bolivarian revolution.
Similarly, the President said he is prepared to hold a dialogue with USA “face to face”. He reprobated Obama to have not honored his word. However, he extended his guarantees to engage a dialogue.