Opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles talks to journalist after official results of the presidential elections were announced in Caracas, Venezuela, early Monday, April 15, 2013. Capriles is refusing to accept the results of Sunday's presidential election and is demanding a recount. The official returns announced by the government-dominated electoral council gave the late President Hugo Chavez's chosen successor, Nicolas Maduro, a narrow victory - 50.7 percent to 49.1 percent.(AP Photo/Fernando LLano)

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Opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles talks to journalist after official results of the presidential elections were announced in Caracas, Venezuela, early Monday, April 15, 2013. Capriles is refusing to accept the results of Sunday's presidential election and is demanding a recount.  The official returns announced by the government-dominated electoral council gave the late President Hugo Chavez's chosen successor, Nicolas Maduro, a narrow victory - 50.7 percent to 49.1 percent.(AP Photo/Fernando LLano)
Opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles talks to journalist after official results of the presidential elections were announced in Caracas, Venezuela, early Monday, April 15, 2013. Capriles is refusing to accept the results of Sunday's presidential election and is demanding a recount. The official returns announced by the government-dominated electoral council gave the late President Hugo Chavez's chosen successor, Nicolas Maduro, a narrow victory - 50.7 percent to 49.1 percent.(AP Photo/Fernando LLano)
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