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enamorada del amor.
lovebryan:

In early 2009, I went to Venezuela to photograph a referendum that abolished term limits for the president, effectively allowing Hugo Chavez to lead the country indefinitely. Apparently it didn’t do much good. Hugo Chavez passed away after fighting cancer. It’ll be very interesting to see how the country changes with this new development. Here’s a photo story I did in 2009 about the Chavismo movement.
—Bryan Derballa

lovebryan:

In early 2009, I went to Venezuela to photograph a referendum that abolished term limits for the president, effectively allowing Hugo Chavez to lead the country indefinitely. Apparently it didn’t do much good. Hugo Chavez passed away after fighting cancer. It’ll be very interesting to see how the country changes with this new development. Here’s a photo story I did in 2009 about the Chavismo movement.

—Bryan Derballa

1 year ago
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Goodbye Comrade’ from Palestine

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1 year ago
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pilipinozhabsolz:

Supporters of Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez react to the announcement of his death in Caracas

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1 year ago
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callmenai:

La mitad de mi pais perdió a su héroe… #venezuela #historia #chavez

callmenai:

La mitad de mi pais perdió a su héroe… #venezuela #historia #chavez

1 year ago
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suhuromar:

‘We go from summit to summit, while our people go from abyss to abyss’ 
Rest In Power Hugo Chavez  
                                       28th July 1954- 5th March 2013 

suhuromar:

‘We go from summit to summit, while our people go from abyss to abyss’ 

Rest In Power Hugo Chavez  

                                       28th July 1954- 5th March 2013 

1 year ago
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theweeklyansible:

Never forget the struggle. Viva Venezuela. Hugo Chavez, presente! 1954-2013. http://jaseshort.tumblr.com/post/44703760647/why-we-mourn-the-death-of-hugo-chavez

theweeklyansible:

Never forget the struggle. Viva Venezuela. Hugo Chavez, presente! 1954-2013. http://jaseshort.tumblr.com/post/44703760647/why-we-mourn-the-death-of-hugo-chavez

1 year ago
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higher-primates:

Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez has died aged 58, after 14 years in power.

Mr Chavez had been seriously ill with cancer for more than a year, undergoing several operations in Cuba.

Crowds of supporters gathered outside the Caracas hospital where he died, chanting “We are all Chavez!”

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1 year ago
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globalpost:

With the news of Hugo Chavez’s death, Venezuelan supporters took to the streets to mourn the loss of their president.

Chavez’s death has devastated his millions of supporters, who loved him for his charisma, anti-US stance and oil policies that helped bring subsidized food and free health clinics to the country’s slums.

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1 year ago
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touchrussia:

Under President Hugo Chavez, Venezuela was one of Russia’s most important trading and military allies in Latin America. He repeatedly visited the country and met with the Russian authorities to discuss cooperation between the two countries.
Here you can find a photographic series documenting the highlights of the partnership with Russia and Chavez: 
Source: ITAR-TASS

touchrussia:

Under President Hugo Chavez, Venezuela was one of Russia’s most important trading and military allies in Latin America. He repeatedly visited the country and met with the Russian authorities to discuss cooperation between the two countries.

Here you can find a photographic series documenting the highlights of the partnership with Russia and Chavez

Source: ITAR-TASS

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1 year ago
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