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Rifts Plague Anti-Chávez Venezuelans

Juan Ferero
New York Times
March 31, 2006

"Julio Borges is an unusual politician among Venezuela's fragmented opposition. He is running for office. While much of the rest of the opposition is intent on boycotting the presidential election this year, Mr. Borges was busy here on a recent twoday campaign swing, shaking hands, kissing cheeks and trying against long odds to win over supporters of President Hugo Chávez."

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