CARACAS, May 15 (Xinhuanet) -- Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Sunday that his government has a contingency plan to prevent his enemies from taking control of the South American country should he be killed.
Chavez said in a television program that his ministers, the armed forces and his supporters would know what to do if he were ever assassinated.
"We have a plan worked out in the event something happens to me. Those who are thinking about it should know this and that they won't have a good time of it if this happens," he said in the "Hello President" program.
Chavez did not reveal any details of the plan, but said that if his enemies did kill him, he does not think they could govern Venezuela.