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Communes Minister Reinaldo Izarra talking with commune producers at the first National Communal Economy Fair in Caracas.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro declared victory in municipal elections as his ruling Socialists won a majority of votes nationwide on Sunday, even though they lost to the opposition in five key cities.
Bolivarianism Triumphs by Stephen Lendman On Sunday, Venezuelans voted. They did so for the 19th time since Chavez took office in February 1999.
To start looking into the different results and making interpretations it is important to keep in mind a few things.
The National Electoral Council has announced the first results of the Venezuelan municipal elections held on December 8. Mayors and local councilors were elected for the country's 335 municipalities, as well as the metropolitan mayor of Caracas.
Venezuelans went to the polls Sunday to elect hundreds of mayors around the country in a vote seen as an early test of the fledgling president, NicolA s Maduro, and his ability to carry the country further along the socialist path laid out by his predecessor and mentor, Hugo ChA vez.
Henrique Capriles, governor of the state of Miranda and former presidential candidate shows his finger marked with ink after casting his vote during municipal elections in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013.
The lights are out in Caracas, and "right-wing sabotage" is to blame, according to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Back in 1975, when New York City was broke and crumbling - with its budget and crime rate out of control, the Bronx burning, and thousands of police officers and teachers being laid off - a high-ranking executive of the Port Authority was on a junket in Zaire.
A youth of Haitian descent holds a sign on August 12 that reads in Spanish 'I'm Dominican'.
Venezuelans vote in municipal elections on Sunday that are the biggest political test yet for President Nicolas Maduro as he tries to halt an economic slide and preserve the radical socialist legacy of his late mentor Hugo Chavez.
In this Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013 photo, opposition leader Henrique Capriles is followed by bodyguards and supporters during a political rally in Caracas, Venezuela.
According to David Smilde, a senior fellow at the Washington Office on Latin America, the results of the vote for mayors and town councillors will be a test of the government's popularity.