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The Debate over the Historical Role of the 4 February 1992 Coup AttemptFebruary 8, 2012 ... it inevitably takes us towards the establishment of the dictatorship of the proletariat. Or is there someone who ...
The 47-Hour Coup That Changed EverythingApril 14, 2012 ... the president should resign because Venezuela had become a dictatorship. Soto declared himself to be in rebellion, ... where they accused the government of being a totalitarian dictatorship. Eleven days after Soto’s first denunciation, ... in which the principle of authority is invoked is in a dictatorship.”  Also present were directors of various ...
A Roundup of Media Coverage Surrounding the Venezuelan ElectionOctober 26, 2012 In the run up to the 7 October Venezuelan election, it was reported that President Hugo Chávez would face 'the toughest electoral challenge of his reign' (The Times)1, 'that [would] decide the fate of his socialist revolution and could rearrange the region's balance of power' (Financial Times).2 The election, then, is considered particularly significant. How did the UK media report the event?
The Revolution Will Not Be Decreed: An interview with Gonzalo GómezAugust 19, 2012 ... recovery of peoples’ power that had been taken away by a dictatorship. This was the plan that the right had developed. ...