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Late President Chavez's Spirit Lives On in Venezuelan Election Campaigni
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April 11, 2013 8:26 PM
Although President Hugo Chavez died of cancer earlier this year, he is still at the center of the Venezuelan presidential election campaign. As VOA's Brian Padden reports from Caracas, the former president's image is everywhere, his successor Nicolas Maduro refers to himself as Chavez's son and supporters are being urged to vote once more to protect his legacy.

Late President Chavez's Spirit Lives On in Venezuelan Election Campaign

Published April 11, 2013

Although President Hugo Chavez died of cancer earlier this year, he is still at the center of the Venezuelan presidential election campaign. As VOA's Brian Padden reports from Caracas, the former president's image is everywhere, his successor Nicolas Maduro refers to himself as Chavez's son and supporters are being urged to vote once more to protect his legacy.


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