Venezuela's Political Disaster - June 28, 2008
Fabulous Dominique de Villepin visited infamous Hugo Chavez in Caracas as reported in the link below:
Those who went to school with de Villepin in Caracas are demanding questions like "is this the same Dominique de Villepin who chained himself up at Colegio Francia in May 1968?" and other questions concerning his interests in the city where he spent years of his adolescence. While I also went to school at the same time in Caracas, but at the American School wonder if some of my brainstorming issues to solve the situation in Venezuela would cross M. de Villepin's mind. Alors:
- Would Chavez seek treatment for his coca leaves, and alleged cocaine use in a French institution? Once, his mental issues are solved then there could be hope to chat with the infamous leader. Please read article from the United Kingdom:
- Would Venezuelans who are FARC hostages be released?
- Would Chavez allow regular citizens the right to trade in the world markets? Would infamous government services like "Comision Administrative de Divisas" (Cadivi http://www.cadivi.gov.ve/) be a 21st century entity and free of abuse?
Sadly, even with all the money from the oil revenues, Venezuela is still decades behind in the way routine transactions like banking are processed. Questions regarding Chavez's decadent, and wacky way of leading give no hope for a better quality of life to Venezuelans as indicated by Journalist Per Kurowski in his article De Arnold para Venezuela:
The next link is a follow-up article concerning Hezbollah in Venezuela written by Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat:
Venezuelans need help from developed governments and international organizations to restore democracy and end corruption.
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