Hugo Chavez, Venezuela’s polarizing leader, dies at 58Hugo Chavez, Venezuela’s polarizing leader, dies at 58

Hugo Chavez, the dust-story adobe home as a tool for poverty induced by the change in the Socialist Party of Venezuela and its President in unparalleled performance and power handling of the country’s oil reserves in the consolidation Tuesday, Vice President Nicolas Maduro said the dead. He was 58. (Read: Who is Hugo Chavez?)

Maduro said Chavez Caracas, where he was a long battle with cancer, was treated for complications in a military hospital died.

Televangelist with a gift for eloquence, Chavez upadyo nationalist movement that led to the American government, wealthy Venezuelans and his disgruntled followers, he was often traitors.

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He was a dreamer with a common touch and a huge ambition. He held the ball almost visceral connection, tapping in his wrath, when a strong man like caudillo novel strutting. He was commandant of his followers.

But he was not a stock figure. They are a country rich in oil is not that expensive was on ostentatious consumption. African, indigenous and Spanish – which is dominated by the power of Europeanized best structure was a man who despises his mixed heritage. He hated hunting guerrillas as a soldier, but using the power of weapons captured, because he and fellow conspirators attempted military one group, but not in 1992 no qualms about it. But still he came to power in democratic elections in 1998.

In the office, the home and upended the political order management in Latin America, particularly in Bolivia and Nicaragua client states used in oil revenue. Simon Bolivar, the Venezuelan aristocrat who delighted in the 19th century wars of independence in South America, inspired by the leadership of Chavez tried to unite the region and erode the influence of Washington.

“Hegemonic pretensions of the American empire of humans, endanger the survival of the species,” he said in speech in 2006 at the United Nations. In the same speech, he called President George W. “The Devil.” Bush

Over the years, he succeeded in reducing American influence. He breathed life in Cuba, the only communist country in the hemisphere with the financial assistance, the revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, was not only a partner, but also a source of inspiration. Chávez, Latin America, Ecuador and Bolivia, such as the energy exporting countries, some with the Bolivarian alliance forged, and vakhanaya when they expelled U.S. ambassadors, because they had done. The Venezuelan foreign-owned assets controlled by the oil companies ExxonMobil and other major American project, including the dozens, nationalizing a large economy, the state claimed control.

However, they met with opposition from his own country, he had broad support, in the slums of Cuban doctors and health stores operated by the state subsidized food sales going to fix the employees of the clinics. These and other social programs are corrupt and inefficient, but they can have a society that had been long ignored the feelings of the poor.

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2 comments

  1. janak.patel25@gmail.com

    Chavez underwent surgery in Cuba in June 2011 to remove what he said that a tumor in his pelvis baseball – sized in the course of the next 18 months, often more surgery and cancer chemotherapy, radiation, and yet returned. He details his illness secret key cancer types and tumor specific location, which was.

    , “El Comandante” as he was known, during the Venezuelan people via Twitter to stay in touch with their treatment and calls are broadcast on television, but that his health was deteriorating to messages.

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