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Venezuelan Election Is Again a Choice Between Socialism, Capitalismi
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April 10, 2013 4:19 PM
Many Venezuelan voters see the coming presidential election that will replace the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez as a sharp choice between socialism and capitalism that will affect their lives in very real ways. VOA's Brian Padden spoke to supporters of both acting President Nicolas Maduro and opposition candidate Henrique Capriles about what this election means to them.

Venezuelan Election Is Again a Choice Between Socialism, Capitalism

Published April 10, 2013

Many Venezuelan voters see the coming presidential election that will replace the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez as a sharp choice between socialism and capitalism that will affect their lives in very real ways. VOA's Brian Padden spoke to supporters of both acting President Nicolas Maduro and opposition candidate Henrique Capriles about what this election means to them.


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