There’s a possibility Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will not be well enough to attend his inauguration next month, Venezuela’s Information Minister Ernesto Villegas said Wednesday.
As Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez prepares to undergo a third cancer surgery in Cuba, many are speculating on what his ailing health means for the future of his country, the rest of Latin America and the United States.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has announced that if his health continues to deteriorate, his successor will be Vice President Nicolas Maduro.
Republican nominee Mitt Romney’s campaign has come under fire for airing false claims in commercials in Ohio, but his campaign is now targeting the Hispanic vote in Florida with ads linking President Barack Obama to Hugo Chavez and the Castro’s.
Yesterday was a sad day for freedom-loving people worldwide.
Many Venezuelans who traveled to New Orleans to vote in their country’s presidential election, and those who stayed in South Florida and watched the results on television, said they were disappointed by the outcome.
More than a thousand Venezuelans who live in South Florida boarded buses and caught flights bound for New Orleans on Sunday so they could cast their ballot in their homeland’s presidential election.
By bus and car, commercial flight and charter, U.S.-based Venezuelans are traveling en masse to New Orleans in the coming days, spending hundreds of dollars and in some cases more than a day of their time to cast a vote in their country’s presidential election.
U.S.-based Venezuelans are heading to New Orleans to cast ballots in their homeland’s presidential election after the country’s consulate in Miami closed.
Republicans have pounced on a comment President Barack Obama made about Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez.