Reports to Journalists Protest of June 27, 2007
Venezuelans journalists and supporters marched today protesting the blocking of Radio Caracas Television (RCTV)'s broadcast license, and abuse of human rights by Chavez.
Attached below please find reports of this protest:
IFJ worried about new stage of intimidation
Journalists rebut polarization and difficult access to official sources
Periodistas y diferentes gremios marcharon hasta RCTV
"Some people believe that we should have here a Prime Minister, just like France. I mean, that we should have a President who can be reelected indefinitely and a government or Prime Minister who is reelected by Parliament every time parliament elections are held."
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez
Le Monde wrote a strong article concerning Chavez and his family:
Les bonnes affaires de la famille Chavez
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Venezuela's Political Disaster - June 26, 2007
Venezuelan journalists are getting ready to protest tomorrow on their "Day of the Journalist" against Chavez's abuse of human rights including freedom of speech:
Journalists and supporters will march in Caracas June 27 starting at 2:00 PM.
In the meantime, Venezuelans are amazed of how Chavez has cleaned up the city for the arrival of foreign visitors attending the Copa América 2007 soccer tournament as reported by El Gusano de Luz. I have placed a link to that article on my blog2 as indicated below:
Reuters reports in the article published by The Washington Post "Venezuela's Chavez seen wanting office "for life":
Insecurity, "malignant narcissism" and the need for adulation are driving Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's confrontation with the United States, according to a new psychological profile.
Eventually, these personality traits are likely to compel Chavez to declare himself Venezuela's president for life, said Dr. Jerrold Post, who has just completed the profile for the U.S. Air Force.
All your cooperation in supporting Venezuelan journalists, and all citizens in their efforts to restore their human rights in Venezuela will be greatly appreciated.
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