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Venezuelan Students Stage Hunger Strike for Election Reformi
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April 09, 2013 10:27 PM
A group of students in Caracas has gone on a hunger strike -- to protest what they say is an unfair election process currently underway in Venezuela. VOA's Brian Padden is in Venezuela to cover the upcoming election to replace President Hugo Chavez who died of cancer earlier this year, and has this report.

Venezuelan Students Stage Hunger Strike for Election Reform

Published April 09, 2013

A group of students in Caracas has gone on a hunger strike -- to protest what they say is an unfair election process currently underway in Venezuela. VOA's Brian Padden is in Venezuela to cover the upcoming election to replace President Hugo Chavez who died of cancer earlier this year, and has this report.


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