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Venezuelans Vote for President to Succeed Chavezi
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April 14, 2013 6:40 PM
In Venezuela, the presidential election to replace Hugo Chavez is under way. Voters are choosing between Mr. Chavez's handpicked successor who has vowed to continue socialist policies, or Henrique Capriles who favors more private-market friendly policies. VOA'S Brian Padden has more from Caracas.

Venezuelans Vote for President to Succeed Chavez

Published April 14, 2013

In Venezuela, the presidential election to replace Hugo Chavez is under way. Voters are choosing between Mr. Chavez's handpicked successor who has vowed to continue socialist policies, or Henrique Capriles who favors more private-market friendly policies. VOA'S Brian Padden has more from Caracas.


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