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Chavez’s allies warn against conspiracy

Vice president threatens opponents of delayed swearing-in with legal action

Posted: January 13, 2013 at 3:55 a.m.

An opponent of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez holds up a miniature copy of Venezuela’s constitution Saturday during an outdoor gathering in Caracas.

An opponent of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez holds up a miniature copy of Venezuela’s constitution Saturday during an outdoor gathering in Caracas.

Top government officials are threatening to take action against opposition governors and issuing dark warnings about conspiracies against the government of President Hugo Chavez, who is ailing and remains incommunicado in Cuba.

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