Venezuelans across South Florida are headed to New Orleans to vote in the first presidential election since the death of Hugo Chavez.
Venezuelans in South Florida are excited about the April 14th election when they will cast their ballot for a new president of their homeland following the death of Hugo Chavez last week.
Vice President Nicolas Maduro will be sworn in as acting president of Venezuela on Friday after a state funeral is held for Hugo Chavez, the speaker of the National Assembly said Thursday.
Members of the largest Venezuelan expatriate community in the United States are sending a petition to President Barack Obama seeking his help in the reopening of their country’s consulate in Miami.
With the death of President Hugo Chavez, organizers in South Florida’s ex-pat Venezuelan community plan to petition President Barack Obama to reopen their country’s consulate in Miami.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez died of a massive heart attack.
At 36 years-old, Alex Briceno is an up and coming real estate wheeler dealer in Miami. He was once a star student and track star, in Venezuela. That was before, he says, the Hugo Chavez regime forced him to run for his life.
Many Venezuelans living in South Florida are cautiously optimistic that with the death of President Hugo Chavez new elections could bring change to their homeland.
Inspired to honor his president, Miguel Cabrera looked to be in midseason form Tuesday night. Meanwhile, Team Venezuela fans reacted to the death of their president.
South Florida’s Venezuelan population took to their local restaurants and bars to discuss the death of their controversial leader Tuesday night.