So. Floridians protest against election of new Venezuela president
Updated On: Apr 22 2013 11:05:19 AM EDT
Protesters of Venezuela's new president say they believe that elections held on April 14 were fraudulent.
As a result, some South Floridians protested on behalf of their fellow Venezuelans to help them reinstate democracy.
The protest, they say, is also to clarify "who really won the elections."
"We support Henrique Capriles for president," said Miguel Montes Paris.
Hugo Chavez's handpicked successor, Nicolas Maduro, was sworn in as Venezuela's president on Friday.
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