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LIGNET: Cuba Influenced Choice of Chavez Successor says Otto Reich

Thursday, 20 Dec 2012 12:11 PM

In an exclusive LIGNET interview, Otto Reich, former ambassador to Venezuela under President Ronald Reagan, said Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s newly named successor was significant not just because Chavez had never named a successor before, but because the choice was clearly made to ensure that Venezuela continues to serve as an economic lifeline to Cuba.

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In an exclusive LIGNET interview, Otto Reich, former ambassador to Venezuela under President Ronald Reagan, said Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez s newly named successor was significant not just because Chavez had never named a successor before, but because the choice was...
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