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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 ]

RCTV print that page


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

Hugo Chávez print that pageTimeline of Hugo Chávez


Born into a working class family in Sabaneta, Barinas , Chávez became a career military officer, and after becoming dissatisfied with the Venezuelan puntofijismo political system which he viewed as corrupt and undemocratic, he founded the secretive Revolutionary Bolivarian Movement-200

Caracas print that page


figures of the Venezuelan War of Independence : Francisco de Miranda and " El Libertador " Simón Bolívar . An earthquake destroyed Caracas on 26 March 1812, which was portrayed by authorities as a divine punishment for the rebellion against the Spanish Crown. The war continued until 24

Coins of the Venezuelan venezolano print that page

The Coins of the Venezuelan venezolano circulated between 1874 and 1897. On June 11, 1873, the government ordered subsidiary silver coins of 5, 10, 20, and 50 centésimos de venezolano from Paris. An order for gold coins was placed on September 16, 1874, originally for pieces of 1, 5, 10 | 2010/9/26 15:45:22

Maracaibo print that page


Maracaibo is nicknamed La Tierra del Sol Amada ("The Beloved Land of the Sun"). Contents 1 Etymology 2 History 2.1 Foundation 2.2 Pirates' Attacks 2.3 Independence era 2.4 Isolation period 2.5 Building of the bridge 2.6 Modern times 2.6.1 Perspective 3 Local

Venezuelan venezolano print that page

The venezolano was the currency of Venezuela between 1872 and 1879. It was divided into 100 centavos , although the names céntimo and centésimo were also used. Venezolano was also the name of two currencies planned in 1854 and 1865 (see Currency of Venezuela ). Contents 1 History | 2010/9/25 15:37:12

Venezuelan bolívar print that page


The bolívar fuerte ( sign : Bs.F. [ 2 ] or Bs.; [ citation needed ] plural: bolívares fuertes; ISO 4217 code: VEF ) is the new currency of Venezuela since 1 January 2008. It is subdivided into 100 céntimos [ 3 ] and replaced the bolívar ( sign : Bs.; [ 2 ] plural: bolívares

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

El Hatillo Municipality, Miranda print that page


The seat of the municipal government is El Hatillo Town , founded in 1784 by Don Baltasar de León , who was instrumental in the area's development. Although the town had its origins during the Spanish colonization , the municipality was not established until 1991. In 2000—the year after