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By Aleida Guevara, Hugo Chávez

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ISBN-13: 9781920888008

  An intimate stumble upon among the charismatic Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez and Che Guevara’s daughter Aleida   Is Venezuela the recent Cuba? Elected by way of an overpowering renowned mandate in 1998, which has been reaffirmed in elections a number of instances on account that, Hugo Chávez is one of Latin America’s such a lot outspoken political leaders at the present time.   during this awesome come across, Chávez is interviewed through Aleida Guevara, the daughter of the mythical innovative Che Guevara. He expresses a fiercely nationalist imaginative and prescient for Venezuela and a dedication to a united Latin the US. He additionally discusses the importance of the army coup opposed to his executive in April 2002, Venezuela’s new democratic structure, the broad social courses undertaken as a part of the Bolivarian revolution and assesses his country’s family members with the U.S. and Cuba.   In what turned a remarkably intimate discussion over numerous days, Chávez is probed approximately his own political formation and his perspectives in regards to the legacy of Che Guevara’s rules and instance in Latin the USA at the present time.   integrated as an appendix is an specific interview with Venezuela’s former minister of safeguard Jorge García Carneiro, who performed a key function in defeating the 2002 coup opposed to Chávez. “There is a special Venezuela the place the wretched of the earth understand that they could unfastened themselves from their previous. And this can be a diversified Latin America.” — Hugo Chávez       Aleida Guevara is the eldest daughter of Ernesto Che Guevara and Aleida March. She works as a pediatrician in Havana, Cuba, and is a favourite determine within the anti-globalization circulate.  THIS INTERVIEW is usually to be had ON DVD.

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During the Porfirian era, both the north and the south-east of Mexico underwent a tremendous economic boom and both were absorbed into the world market. Mexico's south-east began to assume traits that were characteristic of much of central America and the Caribbean. The economies of most south-eastern states were geared to one or two export crops with very little agricultural diversification and even less industry. The Peninsula of Yucatan is perhaps the most outstanding example of such a development.

All other types of violence had either completely disappeared or had greatly subsided. This reduction in the level of violence was closely linked to the formation of the Mexican state. And the precondition for the development of the Porfirian state was a constant increase of its revenues. Diaz did not want to use the means by which previous governments had attempted to increase their income (forced loans or higher taxes) since such methods contributed to driving away foreign investors and antagonizing the country's domestic oligarchy.

During his second term in office Diaz effectively prevented the election of any opponent to the Mexican Congress. By 1888 it had for all practical purposes become a rubber stamp institution. Every candidate had to receive the prior approval of Diaz to be either elected or re-elected. The now subservient Congress approved amendments to the constitution which made it possible for Diaz to 'accede' to the wishes of the population and have himself re-elected in 1888,1892 (in that year the constitution was changed so as to extend the presidential terms to six years), 1898, 1904 and 1910.

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