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Power and Death
By Olga Brajnović Posted in World and Politics on March 6, 2013 0 Comments
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Hugo Chávez/ deadspin.com
Hugo Chávez/ deadspin.com

Hugo Chávez established a regime to perpetuate himself in power in Venezuela changing Constitutions after winning elections and was 14 years in power making the “Bolivarian Revolution” in his country and spreading the idea around. But it seems he didn’t count on a hard truth: live is unpredictable and frail, and all humans can get ill and die before they want or can predict. He was seriously ill and ran for a six years term of presidency, and now is dead without even taking oath.
Power is not a shield for human nature. Chávez died too young (58) leaving a movement in motion in South and Central America and sharp divisions. Now is time to see if this movement will survive its leader in Venezuela and around.

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