Venezuela Election, Victory or Setback for Chavez? + US influence in Venezuelan elections

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Venezuela Election, Victory or Setback for Chavez?

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US influence in Venezuelan elections

RTAmerica | September 24, 2010

The Venezuelan election campaign ended with both sides claiming they are fighting a battle of good vs. evil. The opposition suggests the election is an issue of democracy vs. communism, while the pro-Chavez elements insist it’s the typical story of rich vs. poor. Robert Naiman says the United States might try to delegitamize the election similar to the 2004 election.

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Eva Golinger: Chavez’s grip on Venezuela loosens (slightly)

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US Media Intensifies Campaign Against Chavez by Eva Golinger

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US interference in Venezuela keeps growing By Eva Golinger

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  3. This is a non issue fabricated by the US government after their failed corrupt attempt at illegally influencing Venzuelan politics which the US buys into as oppoosed to doing any real reporting.

    The US government needs to get out and stay out of the politics of other countries.

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