Hugo Chávez

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Hugo Chávez


Panunungkulan
2 Pebrero 1999 – 5 Marso 2013
Pangalawang Pangulo Julián Isaías Rodríguez Diaz
Adina Bastidas
Diosdado Cabello
José Vicente Rangel
Jorge Rodríguez
Ramón Carrizales
Elías Jaua
Nicolás Maduro
Sinundan si Rafael Caldera
Sinundan ni Nicolás Maduro (interim)

Kapanganakan 28 Hulyo 1954(1954-07-28)
Sabaneta, Venezuela
Kamatayan 5 Marso 2013 (edad 58)
Caracas, Venezuela
Tunay na pangalan Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías
Partidong politikal Fifth Republic Movement (1997–2007)
United Socialist Party (2007–2013)
Ibang political
kinaaaniban
Great Patriotic Pole (2011–2013)
Asawa Nancy Colmenares (Divorced)
Marisabel Rodríguez (1997–2004)
Alma mater Military Academy of Venezuela
Relihiyon Katoliko Romano
Lagda Lagda ni Hugo Chávez
Paglilingkod sa Militar
Kinaaniban Watawat ng Venezuela Venezuela
Service/branch Military shield of venezuela.png Venezuelan Army
Ranggo Lieutenant Colonel (Venezuela).png Lieutenant Colonel

Si Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías (bigkas [ˈuɰo rafaˈel ˈtʃaβ̞es ˈfɾias]) (28 Hulyo 1954 – 5 Marso 2013[1]) ay isang dating Pangulo ng Venezuela. Bilang pinuno ng Rebolusyong Bolibaryano, itinataguyod ni Chávez ang pampolitika na doktrinang demokratikong sosyalismo at integrasyong Latino Amerikano.[2] Tagapagpuna rin siya ng neoliberalismo, globalisasyon at ang patakarang panlabas ng bansa ng Estados Unidos.[3]

Sanggunian[baguhin]

  1. Associated Press (2013-03-05). "Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez dead after battle with cancer". Fox News. http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/03/05/venezuelan-president-hugo-chavez-dead-vp-says/#ixzz2MhrIoyVP. Nakuha noong 2013-03-06. 
  2. O'Shaughnessy, Hugh (2006-05-22). Venezuela's President Chavez wins hearts and minds in London. The Observer, makukuha sa Taipei Times. Kinuha noong 2006-12-28.
  3. Ellner, Steve. "The 'Radical' Thesis on Globalisation and the Case of Venezuela's Hugo Chavez" Latin American Perspectives, Bol. 29, Blg. 6, Globalization and Globalism in Latin America and the Caribbean. (Nob., 2002), pp. 88-93. Matatag na URL.