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Students challenge Chávez term plan

A constitutional amendment that would allow Venezuela’s President Hugo Chávez to remain in office indefinitely has come under fire by Venezuelan student and youth organizations that called for a national offensive to combat the proposal. Chávez has countered with strong public criticism of the student movements. While pro-Chávez activists and followers gathered signatures supporting the amendment, hundreds of students took to the streets in protest, announcing a relentless campaign that will be carried out during the next three months in opposition to the proposed change to the Venezuelan Constitution. Full Story

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