Venezuela’s Term Limit Referendum

From Free Speech Radio News:

Venezuela's Hugo Chavez was first elected to power 10 years ago, and is
now eligible to stay in power indefinitely after voters passed an
amendment ending term limits Sunday. Chavez has redistributed the
country's vast oil profits and has been a harsh critic of U.S. foreign
policy. He says that Sunday's results are a mandate for socialism – but
his critics say it's just another move toward dictatorship: this is the
second time voters have been asked to decide whether to eliminate term
limits, and Chavez obliged all of Venezuela's television stations to
air numerous presidential speeches leading up to the vote. So did
voters cast their ballots for socialism or autocracy? We speak to James
Suggett, reporter for www.venezuelanalysis.com