Tags: Cuba | Chavez | illness | successor

LIGNET: Cuba Influenced Choice of Chavez Successor says Otto Reich

Thursday, 20 December 2012 12:11 PM EST

In an exclusive LIGNET interview, Otto Reich, former ambassador to Venezuela under President Ronald Reagan, said Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s newly named successor was significant not just because Chavez had never named a successor before, but because the choice was clearly made to ensure that Venezuela continues to serve as an economic lifeline to Cuba.

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In an exclusive LIGNET interview, Otto Reich, former ambassador to Venezuela under President Ronald Reagan, said Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez s newly named successor was significant not just because Chavez had never named a successor before, but because the choice was...
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