February 18, 2014

Will Venezuela Abandon Chavismo?

David Frum, CNN

The Associated Press

A week of demonstrations in Venezuela. Three people shot dead; dozens wounded; dozens more arrested and imprisoned. Pro-regime thugs intimidate protesting high school and college students. The question is being asked: Is Chavismo finally cracking in Venezuela? Hugo Chavez died of cancer nearly a year ago, and the question hanging over Venezuela is how long his strange regime can live after him.

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TAGGED: Nicolas Maduro, Hugo Chavez, Venezuela

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