Sunday, May 30, 2004

Salvaging the Recall Election in Venezuela
Third day, First Report

Sunday 30, May 2004

Nothing really. All opened up seemingly on time. The army that here and there created some trouble seems quiet now. Chavistas are at home, no harassment report yet. As Francisco points out, few chavistas are willing to stir trouble in spite of the marching orders. The question remaining of course if this is due to the fading of Chavez appeal or to the presence of Gaviria and Carter. Whichever it is, I'll take it.

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