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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

VENEZUELA | Hugo Chavez dies


Led contrary to the adage 'third time lucky' Medical laws themselves challenged to support the electoral campaign tute and managed to forget, in some instances, concerns about his health. He even said that he was 'fully recovered' . But it was not. Hugo Chavez has been unable to overcome the complications brought about by the fourth surgery, on Dec. 11 in Havana, and has lost the battle against cancer. The president of Venezuela in Caracas has died after a long convalescence, first in Cuba and then in a Venezuelan military hospital. Vice President Nicolás Maduro has appeared in all state chains Chavez announced the death, which occurred at 16.25 local time.Mature, with tears in his eyes, said that "all the Bolivarian forces deployed to ensure security of the country". According to the Constitution, should now take office on Parliament PresidentDiosdado Cabello, who must call elections within a month .The Venezuelan government functions, with Nicolas Maduro as interim president, has declared seven days of mourning in the country and announced that the state funeral will take place this Friday in Caracas. Hugo Chavez, after 14 years as a leader in a government-absolutely focused on his person, the voters showed their confidence again last October 7 to reelegirle for a new election period of six years, until 2019. Once said that his dream was to lead his 'Bolivarian revolution' until 2031 . But will remain unfulfilled. Shortly after returning to win the elections, and after an election campaign that was avoided at all times the health of President Chavez was forced to announce that he needed a new operation for which travel to Havana. He had always played down his illness.Until that day, that his optimism gave way to concern . For the first time the people were aware of the seriousness of his health after the revolutionary leader, with gesture sorry, asked his own who should be disqualified , support his vice president Nicolás Maduroin new elections. He could not even wait to be sworn in as president for the 2013-2019 term, and on December 11 in Havana was undergoing a fourth operation for cancer. A complex intervention that lasted six hours. respiratory infection ever farther away the possibility, shuffled by the Government, that Chavez could attend the takeover on January 11. Finally, despite the protests of the opposition, it was decided that his presence was not necessary to assume the presidency. This is how your Government 'swore' office in the absence of their leaderAfter two months of convalescence in Cuba, Chavez returned to Caracas and was held at the Military Hospital for further treatment.However, never recovered from respiratory problems that were undermining his health gradually.

The onset of disease

His vitality and frenetic activity suffered a setback in June 2011, when it was emergency surgery in Havana. Then they said it was for a pelvic abscess, but reality soon showed that it was cancer. Fifteen days later returned to theater to remove a cancerous tumor in the abdomen, on which the president said without pausing in detail the depth of the disease. However, despite that throughout 2012 the state has been deteriorating, the secrecy of the tumor was suffering all until after the last presidential election. After the second operation underwent chemotherapy treatment for cancer in the Caribbean island and after finishing said to have healed . However, last February was operated from what he called a "recurrence" of cancer and then was treated with radiotherapy. Three months after completion of radiation therapy, Chavez assumed the difficult task of seeking another election with a campaign in which he limited his public appearances, but managed a victory with 55% of the vote, against 44% for the oppositionHenrique CaprilesAfter being declared the winner, the president virtually disappeared from the public eye , with few television appearances, in which he admitted having addressed the campaign for reelection in poor health. Soon after, recognized the recurrence of cancer and left the country in the hands of Nicolas Maduro. Born in Sabaneta on July 28, 1954, began to take an interest in the figure of Simon Bolivar and his idea of liberating the people through a revolution when he left home to make his military studies.Since then this has been his role model, with coups and stay in prison included. It has a legion of loyal fans who love him and have been praying for his recovery . But also behind an equal amount of detractors.

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