The alleged voice of former President Hugo Chavez generates protests
The reaction of the current Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro, against the alleged voice recording of former President Hugo Chavez, who died last March, was rejection.
Maduro accused of this montage to the venezuelan publicist, Juan José Rendón, and the political party of the “fascist yellow right’ Primero Justicia, that belongs to opposition leader Henrique Capriles.
Adan (Chavez), brother, how are you, here I am recovering little by little …how I missed you all these months … I want you to tell the boys that today September 16 (he repeats the date), I am more alive than ever,” these phrases are part of the recording that is circulating on the internet and shown on Youtube.com under the title “Chavez is alive September 2013”.
For his part, the Governor of Barinas, Adan Chavez, said that this recording seeks to discredit Maduro and the President of the National Assembly, Diosdado Cabello. The opposition has not acted.