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    Winner of Venezuela's Presidential Vote Will Face Challenges Aheadi
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    April 12, 2013 7:57 PM
    In Venezuela both Acting President Nicolas Maduro and his opponent Henrique Capriles have wrapped up their election campaigns to replace President Hugo Chavez, who died from cancer last month. Ahead of Sunday's voting, VOA's Brian Padden talked to analysts about the campaign -- and the challenges the next president will face after the election.

    Winner of Venezuela's Presidential Vote Will Face Challenges Ahead

    Published April 12, 2013

    In Venezuela both Acting President Nicolas Maduro and his opponent Henrique Capriles have wrapped up their election campaigns to replace President Hugo Chavez, who died from cancer last month. Ahead of Sunday's voting, VOA's Brian Padden talked to analysts about the campaign -- and the challenges the next president will face after the election.


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