A photo of Venezuela's late president Hugo Chavez is seen inside a small chapel with two cups of coffee as an offering at the 4F military museum to commemorate what would have been the leader's 62th birthday in Caracas, Venezuela. With Chavez's hand picked successor Nicolas Maduro as president, the socialist government of Venezuela is digging in its heels to stop a presidential recall vote.
A photo of Venezuela's late president Hugo Chavez is seen inside a small chapel with two cups of coffee as an offering at the 4F military museum to commemorate what would have been the leader's 62th birthday in Caracas, Venezuela. With Chavez's hand picked successor Nicolas Maduro as president, the socialist government of Venezuela is digging in its heels to stop a presidential recall vote. Ariana Cubillos AP
A photo of Venezuela's late president Hugo Chavez is seen inside a small chapel with two cups of coffee as an offering at the 4F military museum to commemorate what would have been the leader's 62th birthday in Caracas, Venezuela. With Chavez's hand picked successor Nicolas Maduro as president, the socialist government of Venezuela is digging in its heels to stop a presidential recall vote. Ariana Cubillos AP

Hugo Chávez vs. Hugo Chávez: Venezuela in race to put leader's life on film

August 26, 2016 05:27 PM

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