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Chavez pledges to redouble efforts to serve poorer classes
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez pledged to redouble his efforts to establish a system that serves the interests of all citizens in Venezuela in case he won the upcoming presidential elections. Chavez told his supporters in his native town Sabaneta that his presidential term, in the next six years, will witness bigger changes. The Venezuelan president affirmed that his country has laid the socialist foundations for 21th century and will launch even more profound changes in the future.
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