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Thousands march against Chávez

Thousands of demonstrators turned out for a rowdy but peaceful demonstration against President Hugo Chávez’s government on Sunday, signaling a revitalized opposition at the start of a presidential election year. Chávez ”has divided this country,” said Evelin Suarez, a retired dental assistant. After months without mustering a significant demonstration, Chávez opponents staged the noisy march through the capital of Caracas in honor of the 48th anniversary of Venezuela’s democracy, saying Chávez threatened freedoms gained since the 1958 overthrow of Gen. Marcos Pérez Jiménez, Venezuela’s last dictator. Full Story

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