Caracas At Crossroads After Chavez Death
The death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on 5 March leaves the country’s oil industry at a crossroads. Mr Chavez, a charismatic demagogue, albeit a democratically elected one, has sharply divided opinion since coming to power 14 years ago. He remains a hero for many of Venezuela’s poor, and did institute radical social and health programs. However, there is little doubt he also presided...
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