Venezuela sets presidential election for April 14
CARACAS, March 9
CARACAS, March 9 (Reuters) - Venezuela will hold a presidential election on April 14, the country's electoral commission said on Saturday.
Acting President Nicolas Maduro, the protege of deceased leader Hugo Chavez, is favored to win the election in a likely face-off with centrist opposition Governor Henrique Capriles.
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