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Opposition leader Henrique Capriles holds-up a copy of Venezuela's constitution during a press conference in Caracas, Venezuela, late Thursday, April 18, 2013. Venezuela's electoral council said Thursday it would audit the 46 percent vote that was not scrutinized election night. Capriles had demanded a full vote-by-vote recount, and has maintained that Sunday's election, which the National Electoral Council had declared won by Hugo Chavez's heir Nicolas Maduro by 262,00000 votes out of 14.9 million cast, was stolen from him through intimidation and other abuses.(AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)

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Opposition leader Henrique Capriles holds-up a copy of Venezuela's constitution during a press conference in Caracas, Venezuela, late Thursday, April 18, 2013. Venezuela's electoral council said Thursday it would audit the 46 percent vote that was not scrutinized election night. Capriles had demanded a full vote-by-vote recount, and has maintained that Sunday's election, which the National Electoral Council had declared won by Hugo Chavez's heir Nicolas Maduro by 262,00000 votes out of 14.9 million cast, was stolen from him through intimidation and other abuses.(AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
Opposition leader Henrique Capriles holds-up a copy of Venezuela's constitution during a press conference in Caracas, Venezuela, late Thursday, April 18, 2013. Venezuela's electoral council said Thursday it would audit the 46 percent vote that was not scrutinized election night. Capriles had demanded a full vote-by-vote recount, and has maintained that Sunday's election, which the National Electoral Council had declared won by Hugo Chavez's heir Nicolas Maduro by 262,00000 votes out of 14.9 million cast, was stolen from him through intimidation and other abuses.(AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
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