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PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION

Bolivian and Uruguayan presidents to visit Venezuela on January 10

Confirmations from the presidents of Ecuador, Colombia, and Brazil are still pending. The Ecuadorian Foreign Minister will be traveling to Venezuela, though

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Tuesday January 08, 2013  06:00 PM
Bolivian President Evo Morales and Uruguayan President José Mujica, among other Latin American leaders, will be participating in a series of events to be held next Thursday in Caracas on the same date Hugo Chávez inauguration as president for the new term had been scheduled.

Bolivian Communication Minister Armanda Dávila confirmed that Morales, who visited Chávez on December 22-23, would be visiting Venezuelan to attend the events.

Meanwhile, permission has been granted by the Uruguayan senate to Uruguayan President José Mujica to "support the Venezuelan people and Government."

Although Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff will not be attending the event, according to Foreign Affairs Advisor Marco Aurelio Garcia, confirmations to attend the ceremonies from the presidents of Ecuador, Colombia, and Brazil are still pending. Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patińo will be traveling to Venezuela, though.
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