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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Had enough: Charismatic Venezuelan goes Trump on dictator Maduro


Last week, the U.S. State Department joined a host of domestic and international critics in condemning the disqualification of Capriles, “the most viable opposition challenger to Maduro … as a means of keeping him out of elections.” The 44-year-old Capriles has launched two unsuccessful tries for president, losing first to Hugo Chavez in 2012, and then in a photo-finish loss to Maduro in the 2013 contest to be Chavez’s successor. But, “given widespread discontent with the Maduro regime, Capriles stood a good chance in next year’s presidential election of beating Maduro or whoever the nominee might be of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela, which was founded by Chavez and is now headed by Maduro, a former bus driver,” the Times report said. More…

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