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Chavez - the threat of a good example
Posted by: derek (IP Logged)
Date: April 2, 2005 03:08PM

"Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez wants all Latin American governments to promise that no family will ever have to spend more than 25 percent of income on housing. President Bush, clearly, disagrees."

"Chávez, a fiery populist leading a self-styled ''Bolivarian revolution'' on behalf of the poor, has long been at odds with Bush, a conservative who believes that an investment-friendly environment is needed to eliminate poverty."


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