Sudáfrica
2 de Septiembre de 2013

Mandela pasa primera noche en casa

05:21PM  -  AP  

Después de tres meses en el hospital, el exmandatario recibirá los cuidados médicos en su casa de habitación.

May 1993, Johannesburg, South Africa --- Johannesburg, South Africa: Nelson Mandela visits Hlengiwe School to encourage students to learn - Former President of South Africa and longtime political prisoner, held by the Apartheid based government from 1964-1990 for sabotage.  With the coming of a freer political climate, Mandela was released from his life sentence at Victor Vester Prison on February 11, of 1990.  He went on to lead the African National Congress in negotiations with President F.W. de Klerk, that resulted in the end of Apartheid and full citizenship for all South Africans.  He and de Klerk received a joint Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 for their efforts.  Mandela was elected president in 1994. --- Image by © Louise Gubb/CORBIS SABA
May 1993, Johannesburg, South Africa --- Johannesburg, South Africa: Nelson Mandela visits Hlengiwe School to encourage students to learn - Former President of South Africa and longtime political prisoner, held by the Apartheid based government from 1964-1990 for sabotage. With the coming of a freer political climate, Mandela was released from his life sentence at Victor Vester Prison on February 11, of 1990. He went on to lead the African National Congress in negotiations with President F.W. de Klerk, that resulted in the end of Apartheid and full citizenship for all South Africans. He and de Klerk received a joint Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 for their efforts. Mandela was elected president in 1994. --- Image by © Louise Gubb/CORBIS SABA

Nelson Mandela pasó su primera noche en su casa de Johannesburgo desde que fue dado de alta del hospital después de pasar casi tres meses internado.

No hubo actualización oficial sobre la condición del ex presidente sudafricano, de 95 años, quien fue llevado a su casa en ambulancia el domingo.

Al momento de anunciar la salida de Mandela del hospital, la oficina del presidente de Sudáfrica Jacob Zuma dijo que el líder de la lucha contra el apartheid seguía en condición crítica y a veces inestable.

Un comunicado de la oficina de Zuma también dice que Mandela recibirá el mismo nivel de atención médica que recibía en el hospital, suministrada por el mismo equipo de doctores.

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