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Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez held his final campaign rally Thursday in Caracas ahead of Sunday's critical elections.
Job has appeared on the stage under heavy rain and greeted his supporters.
It came from all corners of the country the president called on -- supporters to be ready to defend the people's victory.
Insisting he would win the elections once again.
Meanwhile in the city of -- -- he -- though the opposition candidate Enrique capriles wrapped up his campaign with one final event.
Addressing a massive crowd of supporters.
Capriles criticized Chavez's administration.
And listed several unfulfilled promises during the president's fourteen year rule.
He also tried to strike a conciliatory tone saying that he would govern for everybody.
Regardless of their political affiliation and called his supporters to enjoy.
Some recent polls show it is Chavez who has a lead of anywhere between two and 10% over to -- let's.
After nearly fourteen years in office job is clearly still enjoys the loyalty of millions of supporters but violent crime.
And accusations of government corruption and ineffectiveness.
Have taken a political -- on jobless.
Will his followers remain loyal.
Or as some might ask this job is still have that so called.
In New York for Fox News Latino dot com.
I'm Rick Sanchez.
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