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Maduro: opposition seeks 'totalitarian project' in Venezuela

Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro asked the United States to “respect” his country, and warned about the raise of an extreme right in the Caribbean nation but said he’ll do everything possible “in order to stop the appearance of a new Pinochet.”

During an interview with Le Monde Diplomatique, Maduro assured that the Venezuelan opposition is dominated by the extreme right that “seeks to destroy democracy and impose a totalitarian project.”

Likewise, Maduro stressed that US president Barack Obama “does not respect Venezuela, and explained that “There’s this terrorist and ultra-conservative group in the US led by Roger Noriega, John Negroponte, and Otto Reich, that escapes from Washington’s control and acts by its own.”

Furthermore, Maduro said that the US “is governed by a military-industrialist, financial and communicational apparatus”, and that Obama is the one “that smiles but keeps bombing other countries. His personal image is the only thing that makes the difference between him and his predecessor George W. Bush.”

"Thus, Obama serves better to the interests of World domination set by the US”, Maduro concluded.

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