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Henrique Capriles talks to Al Jazeera
Venezuela's Henrique Capriles tells Al Jazeera about triumphs and obstacles of his candidacy.
Last Modified: 06 Oct 2012 10:32

Venezuela is preparing for its presidential election on Sunday, where Hugo Chavez has a comfortable lead in the polls.

But challenger Henrique Capriles poses the toughest challenge yet to the president's bid for re-election.

Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman caught up with Capriles on the campaign trail, and asked him about the triumphs and obstacles of his candidacy.

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