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LAB editor Javier Farje presents in Caracas a television programme, broadcast by Hispan TV, on the future of the political process that Hugo Chávez started more than a decade ago.

Before Hugo Chávez died on 5 March this year, many people wondered whether the political process that he started after his first election in 1999 would survive. While much of the opposition believed that the process would not outlive the death of its leader, others think that the Bolivarian Revolution’s roots are deep enough to withstand the test of time. In this TV programme, broadcast in Spanish by Hispan TV, Lab’s editor asks three followers of the process whether there is a future for the Revolution started by Hugo Chávez.


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