December 13, 2012

Who Would Succeed Hugo Chavez?

Simeon Tegel, Global Post

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As Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez recovers in a Havana hospital from his fourth cancer operation in 18 months, the race to succeed him has already begun back in his divided homeland.

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