Venezuela’s vice president said Thursday that President Hugo Chavez is fighting for his life while he continues to undergo treatment more than two months after his latest cancer surgery.
Surviving on life support alone, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez is using the artificial respiration following a tracheotomy earlier this week.
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.