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The “Chavez Years” and March 2013!

QuestCinq.com/News/March 05, 2013

The Chavez Times!

It seemed the clock has been blocked on Venezuela this afternoon; leaders from around the world had a word to place after the announcement of President Hugo Chavez death in Caracas. Positive or negative notes, Mr. Chavez left his mark as a leader.

We can agree or disagree with him on many issues, but his charisma and his strong hands on Venezuela’s political system will not disappear as his physical” being did”.

The Washington Post, in a long article, described him from his childhood to his death, ““Chavez deserves credit for putting his finger on the real legitimate grievances that many Venezuelans felt,” said Michael Shifter, president of the Washington think tank Inter-American Dialogue. “Where he failed was in constructing alternatives that really produced results.”

“Hugo Chavez, passionate but polarizing Venezuelan president, dead at 58…”

(Reuters) – President Hugo Chavez died on Tuesday after a two-year battle with cancer, ending 14 years of tumultuous and divisive rule that won him passionate support among the poor but hatred from business leaders and wealthy Venezuelans.

(Aljazeera)-

US President Barack Obama, in a statement, called Chavez’s passing as a “challenging time” for Venezuela.

“The United States reaffirms its support for the Venezuelan people and its interest in developing a constructive relationship with the Venezuelan government,” Obama said.

“As Venezuela begins a new chapter in its history, the United States remains committed to policies that promote democratic principles, the rule of law, and respect for human rights.”

Ban Ki-Moon, the UN secretary-general, said he is “conveying condolence” to the Venezuelan president’s “family and the people of Venezuela”, according to Al Jazeera’s James Bays, who was reporting from New York.

Follow spotlight coverage of Venezuelan political uncertainty

Vitaly Churkin, Russia’s ambassador to the UN, also issued as statement describing Chavez’s death as a “tragedy”.

“He was a great politician for his country and for the world as a whole,” Churkin said.

Meanwhile, a teary-eyed Bolivian President Evo Morales, one of Chavez’s closest allies in Latin America and most loyal disciples, declared that “Chavez is more alive than ever.”

(BBC)-Earlier, he said he had expelled two US diplomats from the country for spying on Venezuela’s military.

A statement by the military said it would protect the sovereignty, integrity and security of the country. It would remain loyal to the vice-president and to parliament, it added, urging people to remain calm.

—More to come!

 JWSimon

 

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