Venezuelans Honor Chávez's Legacy

Venezuelans Honor Chávez's Legacy
Fecha de publicación: 
9 March 2017
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Venezuelans continue to show their attachment to the legacy of the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, Hugo Chavez, with activities in his honor that will extend until March 15.

The commemorative activities for the fourth anniversary of the death of the heir to the legacy of the Liberator Simon Bolivar in the Mountain Barracks, located in the parish January 23 of Caracas will continue today.

From 11:00 a.m. local time, attendees will be able to witness the forum Social Compensation of the Latin American Armed Forces, with the participation of Roger Blandino Nerio, Fernando Morales, and Ñilda Díaz.

Other activities will take place in this museum where the remains of Chavez rest, especially in the room Arañero (street vendor), where children can participate in the activities Painting the Commander, Knowing the Arañero and Our Mural of the Arañero.

In this scenario of pilgrimage, Venezuelans and foreigners can tour the facilities of the barracks and see the different rooms of the museum, as well as the exhibition Chávez: un soldado hecho pueblo, which will be open from 09:00 to 16:00 local time.

Last night Caracas mayor Jorge Rodríguez during his weekly program 'Política en el diván' (Politics on the couch) said that President Hugo Chávez appeared in the history of Venezuela and the world to 'transform it forever.'

He stressed that Hugo Chávez observes and guides the revolutionaries and the entire Venezuelan people from the top of the mountain barracks 'before the arbitrary actions of imperialism.'

The memory transcends the Venezuelan borders and these days his name and figure is a source of remembrance in the world, and as noted by the Australian journalist Julian Assange, Chavez had the most important role for the construction of a multipolar world, which people do not forget.

'Chavez played the most important role on the global stage with his untiring efforts to continue advancing regional integration and cooperation and building a multipolar world,' Assange said in a letter sent Monday to the Network of Intellectuals, Artists and Social Movements in Defense of Humanity, which is meeting in Caracas.

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