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  1. Venezuela’s newly empowered opposition wants to give away the deeds to hundreds of thousands of government-built homes — to win the loyalties of the poor.

  2. Venezuela’s newly empowered opposition wants to give away the deeds to hundreds of thousands of government-built homes — to win the loyalties of the poor.

  3. MARACAIBO, Venezuela — The late Hugo Chavez kept his "Bolivarian Revolution" alive by picking fights — mostly with the United States and Venezuela's traditional elites — while sailing on a sea of oil. But with energy prices plummeting and the economy cratering, Venezuelans aren't buying the old formula anymore under ...

  4. Before he died, Venezuela’s late president, Hugo Chavez, had a dream to unite Latin America and the Caribbean against the dark forces of the U.S. empire. It’s not working out like he planned.

  5. Sleepless in Caracas: The Rise and Fall of Venezuela’s Social Power Diplomacy

    HIPPO Reads via Yahoo! Singapore NewsFeb 05 07:37 AM

    What does the drop in petroleum revenue mean for the Venezuelan government? How will Venezuelan ‘social power’ diplomacy be affected? Can President Maduro afford to continue the foreign policies enacted by the late Hugo Chávez? On 6 December 2015, the United Socialist Party of Venezuela—formerly the Fifth Republic Movement—lost its majority in the National Assembly for […]

  6. Lisbeth Alcala doesn't have a piece of paper to show she owns her home in Caribia Socialist City, a housing project that quite literally bears the sprawling signature of late Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez. With each completed project, the administration has thrown huge ribbon-cutting ceremonies broadcast on state TV.

  7. New Venezuela Assembly Leader Pulls No Punches

    The Wall Street JournalJan 27 10:24 PM

    Henry Ramos Allup, the president of the opposition-controlled congress, is driven by one goal: to remove Hugo Chávez’s political heirs from power and install a market economy that he says will save Venezuela.

  8. Venezuela ordered to pay Tenaris $172.8 mln for steel takeover

    Reuters via Yahoo! FinanceFeb 12 07:11 AM

    A World Bank tribunal has issued an arbitration award ordering Venezuela pay steel-maker Tenaris some $172.8 million for the takeover of its Matesi Materiales Siderurgicos SA unit under the late Hugo Chavez. ...

  9. By Eyanir Chinea and Corina Pons CARACAS (Reuters) - Two former cabinet ministers under late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez are seeking an investigation to trace the fate of some $300 billion allegedly embezzled during the past decade through a complex currency control system. Hector Navarro, who ran five ministries under Chavez's rule, will ask a state ethics council to review the operations...

  10. By Andrew Cawthorne CARACAS (Reuters) - President Nicolas Maduro has spent more than 500 hours addressing Venezuela since winning power nearly three years ago, demonstrating a loquacity reminiscent of his late predecessor Hugo Chavez, according to a watchdog. The tally, from the local Citizens' Monitor group which is critical of the government, was based on Maduro's so-called "chain" speeches ...

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