Venezuelan Vice President Warns Opposition to Stop Confronting the Regime

Warns of "forceful actions"


CARACAS, Venezuela, Jan. 11 (UPI) — Venezuelan Vice President Nicolas Maduro warned the opposition to stop confronting the Chavez-less government or the regime might take "forceful actions."

Maduro, who President Hugo Chavez appointed in October to lead the country while he was in Cuba for a fourth cancer surgery, said the opposition was intent on overthrowing the government.