Hugo Chavez’s hand-picked successor Nicolás Maduro won the election to succeed the late Venezuelan president, but with a margin so narrow -- less than one percent -- that it’s clear the country’s economic and crime problems are overshadowing Chavez’s legacy.
With Maduro's election, the Chavez movement appears to have been extended, but in fact, the results show that it is quickly crumbling, and will likely be a distant memory by the next election.
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