TEHRAN, YJC. -- Venezuela's Henrique Capriles says Maduro lost election, wants evety vote recounted as it happen in Iran previous presidential election.
Socialist candidate Nicolas Maduro has won a narrow victory in Venezuela's presidential poll as it predicted by experts.
Mr Maduro, who was chosen by the late Hugo Chavez as his successor, won 50.7% of the vote against 49.1% for opposition candidate Henrique Capriles.
The electoral commission said the results were "irreversible."
Mr Capriles said he refused to accept the result without a recount, and said he believed that Mr Maduro had lost the election.
In the meantime Maduro says willing to allow election result audit after he narrowly wins presidency with 50.6 percent of votes.
Now the case is that will venezuela's election will be another sedition In Latin America? as it happened in Iran. If so that will be a new encounter in the country among local parties and their foreign and international supporters and aliens.
In this regards Earlier, Mr Capriles also had suggested there was an attempt to doctor the result.
Agencies and YJC.