Venezuela’s Maduro says opposition seeks violence

In this photo released by Miraflores Press Office, and taken Wednesday March 27, 2013, back dropped by a picture of the late Hugo Chavez Venezuela's acting President Nicolas Maduro greets supporters during a rally in Margarita Island, Venezuela. Holy Week in Venezuela is a time when millions traditionally take a welcome pause from work and politics to go on vacation. Yet that hasn't stopped Venezuela's time-pressed presidential candidates from sprinting through the holidays toward an April 14 election to replace the late Hugo Chavez, as they try to define both themselves and each other within weeks. Maduro Chavez's chosen successor, acting President Nicolas Maduro will run against opposition leader Henrique Capriles. (AP Photo /Miraflores Press Office)CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela' acting president, Nicolas Maduro, on Saturday accused his opponent of seeking to provoke violence by scheduling a dueling campaign rally in the same western state next week.