Venezuela : Nicolas Maduro debuts on Twitter

Venezuela : Nicolas Maduro debuts on Twitter

Caracas : Venezuela | Mar 18, 2013 at 12:29 AM PDT
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CARACAS - President in charge of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, was released today on the social network Twitter account @ NicolasMaduro with, trying to follow the footsteps of his political mentor, the late President Hugo Chavez, who managed to be the second president more often the world of the social network.

"Today we Patria. Bolivar Live! Viva Chavez! "Was the first tweet Maduro, who describes himself in his profile as" President (E) of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Son of Chavez, custodian of his legacy. Engaged in Homeland efficiently build revolutionary ".

"Here I am fulfilling the call of the Supreme Commander, assuming their commitment, that we will meet together. Together we Chavez! "He continued.

His account also includes a link to the web, recently created a blog that review all activities and news related to the presidential candidate who is seen in photographs or in mass rallies Loving gestures with his followers.

At 1225 local time (1655 GMT), Maduro had about 38,000 followers, still far from the 2,232,618 of his rival in the elections next April 14, Henrique Capriles.

But further away from Chavez, who came to accumulate a total of 4,221,646 followers.

The president, who died March 5 at age 58 resulting from a cancer that afflicted him for about two years, was the second president of the world's most followed on Twitter, behind only the U.S. president, Barack Obama.

The Twitter account of Chavez, who helped the president make political announcements or report his health, had risen even to the level of social mission, in which a team of people working to resolve the requests in the network Venezuelans.

Moreover, being a follower of @ chavezcandanga had reported awards to three to four million followers who received a house after making a click.


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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (L), seen here alongside his new vice president, Nicolas Maduro
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (L), seen here alongside his new vice president, Nicolas Maduro
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