Caracas Journal: A Celebration That Accentuated Chavez's Absence

Caracas Journal: A Celebration That Accentuated Chavez's Absence

Havana : Cuba | Jan 10, 2013 at 7:26 PM PST
Source: The New York Times
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The country had been warned in advance that Mr. Chavez was too sick to slip on the presidential sash and raise his hand to take the presidential oath. He remained in Cuba, where government officials said he was going through a delicate recuperation from surgery on Dec. FULL ARTICLE AT The New York Times
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