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On 27 May 2007, RCTV made headlines when the Government of Venezuela decided not to renew their radio broadcast license for what it said was the station's role in the 2002 coup which briefly overthrew Venezuela's democratically elected government. [ 2 ] [ 3 ] The Supreme Court of Justice

Peru national football team print that page


The Peru national football team represents Peru in international football competition and is managed by the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF). The team competes against the other nine members of FIFA 's CONMEBOL conference, which encompasses the countries of South America. The traditional

Hugo Chávez print that pageTimeline of Hugo Chávez


1980s to work towards overthrowing it. After the Democratic Action government of President Carlos Andrés Pérez ordered the violent repression of protests against spending cuts, Chávez led the MBR-200 in an unsuccessful coup d'état against the government in 1992, for which he was imprisoned

Venezuelan presidential election, 2006 print that page


The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela held presidential elections on 3 December 2006, to choose a president for the six-year term to begin on 10 January 2007. With 98.29% of the polling stations counted, incumbent president Hugo Chávez was re-elected with 62.87% of the votes. [ 1 ]

Simón Alberto Consalvi print that page


Columbia University . [ edit ] Political career In 1977 Consalvi was designated by President Carlos Andrés Pérez as Minister of Foreign Affairs remaining until 1979, during this period signs in 1978, the threats of delimitation of marine and submarine areas with Netherlands, Dominican

History of the Peru national football team print that page


The history of the Peru national football team dates back to the late 19th century, when English sailors and Peruvian travelers returning from England introduced the sport into Peru. It would take the early 20th century, in the year 1927 , for Peru to finally create their first official national

El Observador print that page


company remained in Venezuela, which was a little less than two years. [ edit ] El Observador Venezolano When The Creole Oil Company moved to CVTV, they took two very important things from RCTV: one was El Observador Creole and the other was its host Francisco Amado Pernía. This loss

Francisco de Miranda print that pageTimeline of Francisco de Miranda


Sebastian Francisco de Miranda was born in Caracas , Venezuela. His father, Sebastian de Miranda Ravelo, was a wealthy merchant from the Canary Islands, and his mother, Francisca Antonia Rodríguez de Espinoza, was a wealthy Venezuelan . Growing up, Miranda enjoyed a wealthy upbringing, attending

Andrés Bello Catholic University print that page


Named for Venezuelan writer Andrés Bello , UCAB was founded in October 1953 by the Society of Jesus (Episcopado Venezolano a la Compañía de Jesús). [ edit ] See also Education in Venezuela List of universities in Venezuela [ edit ] References ^ "Historia" . Universidad Católic

Antonio Lauro print that pageTimeline of Antonio Lauro

works to an astonished international audience, introducing these unheard works to the likes of Andrés Segovia and John Williams . Like many South Americans of his generation, Lauro was a fervent cultural nationalist, determined to rescue and celebrate his nation's musical heritage. As a

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