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Venezuela leader under pressure to deliver

Supporters of President Nicolas Maduro say he needs to tackle crime, power cuts and inflation as soon as possible.

Last Modified: 06 May 2013 17:01
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The second phase of a presidential election audit in Venezuela begins on Monday.

Opposition leader Henrique Capriles has already boycotted the process, saying it does not go far enough.

Meanwhile, even supporters of Nicolas Maduro are impatient for the new president to tackle problems ranging from power cuts to inflation.

Rather than celebrating his victory, they want to see Maduro step up to the task - and fast.

Al Jazeera's Rachel Levin reports from Caracas.

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