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Saturday, May 06, 2006

Chavez May Seek 'Indefinite' Re-election

AP via FoxNews:

Venezuela President Hugo Chavez said he could seek "indefinite" re-election through a referendum if the opposition boycotts upcoming presidential elections.

Chavez made the remark late Friday, saying if the opposition pulls out of the Dec. 3 vote or makes false claims of electoral fraud to the Organization of American States, "I would call a national referendum to have the people decide if I can continue here indefinitely or if I have to go after six years in 2014."

So if people claim he's a dictator, he'll just become one.

Wow. And to think he bought the American left's silence allegiance for a mere $10 million. (I know, I know, he didn't really have to pay a dime for it.)

Previously on Chavez, Venezuela: Venezuela's Totalitarian ID Card


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