Chavez makes energetic start in re-election bid
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"Capriles can jog all he wants. That’s not going to convince people that he’s capable of governing the country," said Rosa Morales, a 58-year-old housewife who praised Chavez’s government for recently giving her family an apartment in a newly built housing project, allowing them to move out of a dilapidated shelter clinging to a hillside slum.
"Chavez, on the other hand, has been an excellent head of state — even being ill, and that’s not going to change," she said.
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