Twitter Chavez became the second in the world in terms of subscribers, after Obama's microblog

Twitter Chavez became the second in the world in terms of subscribers, after Obama's microblog

Caracas : Venezuela | Feb 19, 2013 at 2:41 AM PST
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Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez

Venezuelan Vice President Nicolas Maduro handed 20-year-old flower girl Alemar Jimenez became the 4 millionth reader microblog Chavez's social setiTwitter. In a speech on national television late on Monday night, he expressed admiration for the rapid growth of fans Venezuelan leader. While Maduro handed flowers, the number of readers has increased by 6000 people.

"It is unbelievable that just a few hours later Chavez the number of subscribers was the second in the world after Barack Obama" - enthusiastically said the vice president. He called a student from Caracas Alemar Jimenez representative "of the golden generation of Venezuela, which supports native land and look forward to returning to his homeland leader of the Bolivarian Revolution."

Perhaps, said Maduro, the reason for such attention to Hugo Chavez was the fact that on Monday, he has written several posts in his blog on Twitter, which he did with the November 1, 2012,

As reported on Monday, the chairman of the National Assembly (Parliament), Diosdado Cabello Venezuela, Hugo Chavez after his arrival in Havana is located in the capital's military hospital "without any complications." Message to return home after two months of treatment in Cuba leader of the Bolivarian revolution has sent his team two days ago, said the speaker of the parliament. "This is a historic day for our country, - he said. - The return of the president are happy not only his supporters but all Venezuelans."

According to Cabello, next to the capital's military hospital will be equipped with a playground, where fans can come to Chavez, "to express his love." It likely will take advantage of those Venezuelans who are unable to communicate with the president on the Internet.


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