Hugo Chávez Frías, President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, speaks to the media during a press conference after speaking at the General Assembly. 24 September 2009 , Photo Credit: Courtesy of United Nations
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) - Venezuelan opposition politicians say they're preparing to present a case before a regional human rights court to challenge a Supreme Court decision that permits the indefinite postponement of President Hugo Chavez's inauguration.
The case is being prepared by a group of lawyers for the country's opposition coalition. Lawyer and opposition politician Gerardo Blyde says it's not yet clear when the case will be brought before the Costa Rica-based Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
Blyde announced plans for the case during an outdoor gathering of opposition supporters in Caracas where leading Chavez opponents denounced this week's Supreme Court decision.
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