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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Chavez Stumped

El presidente Hugo Chavez of Venezuela was stumped by a piercing question from a Radio France International (RFI) correspondent in a press conference on Monday after parliamentary elections last Sunday.

Journalist Adreina Flores confused el presidente with embarrassing facts by asking:

 ¿Por qué si la oposición ha obtenido más votos a nivel nacional, tienen menos diputados en el Gobierno?

If the opposition received more votes nationally, why does it have less seats than the government (in the National Assembly)?

This is why el presidente has nearly squashed press freedom in Venezuela. Tyrants do not have time for such silly questions.

Now let us see how long RFI remains reporting on the Caracas regime.

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