In styles more reminiscent of soap operas than official statements, ALBA nations lashed out at conference participants of one of literally thousands of conferences in Washington every year.
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How could Oliver Stone be so fond of Hugo Chavez, the President of Venezuela, and hawk his new documentary about a man that many of us think may become the next Fidel Castro?
This week, is the final of my series of interviews with Venezuelan dissidents in response to Oliver Stone's film, South of the Border.
Because Oliver Stone didn't speak with anyone who disagreed with Chavez for his film, South of the Border, I decided to speak with a producer for GloboVision who is unable to return Venezuela.
Dear Mr. President, I bet you're tired, so I'll keep this short. It's tough to go through a UN press conference when the style is so different from what you're used to. Reporters here can just be so... Critical.
The fact that Chávez has taken over the courts means that Venezuela may look like a democracy to fawning movie stars and celebrity athletes of the vanguard left, but the core is rotten and lawless.
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