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Venezuela is legally obligated to implement a judgement by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights instructing it to uphold the political rights of an opposition leader barred from office. The secretary general of the Organization of American States (OAS) and leaders of member states should insist that the government of President Hugo Chávez recognizes and fulfills this obligation.

(Washington, DC) – Venezuela is legally obligated to implement a judgement by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights instructing it to uphold the political rights of an opposition leader barred from office, Human Rights Watch said today.

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