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Mort d'Hugo Chavez: reactions around the world
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Mort d'Hugo Chavez : les réactions dans le monde
le Mercredi 6 Mars 2013 à 06:15

Hugo Chavez's death: reactions around the world
Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Tuesday, March 5, at 16:25 hours Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is dead. He was 58 years old and fought for two years against cancer. Paris welcomes a man who has "profoundly marked the history of his country." The United States, the main target of provocations of the late President, react "sober".

Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan president, has died , as a result of cancer. He spent 14 years in power.

The government has declared seven days of national mourning. The funeral, funeral will be held Friday.

Its main Latin American allies have hailed the memory of what president they described as "exceptional man".   France has immediately responded to his death which will profoundly marked the history of his country.    United States, target of provocations by Hugo Chavez, meanwhile  has preferred to stay sober.

Immediate reactions in France

In Paris, the Elysee reacted to 0:30, for release :

    "The President [...] sends his deepest condolences to the people after the death of Venezuela Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias [...] which have profoundly marked the history of his country. late President spoke beyond his temperament and guidance that all did not share an undeniable will to fight for justice and development [...]. "

In France, via the social network Twitter, many politicians took their first keyboard to deliver their sentiments. This is obviously the case of one of the main supporters of Chavez and his Bolivarian Revolution, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who had made several trips to Venezuela.

       He is never dead.  - Jean-Luc Mélenchon! (@ JLMelenchon) March 5, 2013

Another reaction, more measured than the Minister of Justice Christiane Taubira.

       Friendship and respect to the people of Venezuela # who says his broken heart and his fears of returning bold injustices and exclusions.     - Christiane Taubira (@ ChTaubira) March 5, 2013

Other socialist react with difficulty, Pascal Cherki, mayor of the 14th arrondissement of Paris, Member of Paris.

       Immense sadness Hugo Chavez died. Solidarity with the Venezuelan people and the PSUV. The Bolivarian revolution continues.      - Pascal Cherki (@ pascalcherki) March 5, 2013

Reactions, in France, the death of Chavez show more generally a clean break on Twitter, between pro and anti. Pronouncements and excesses of character does not lend unanimously.
Barack Obama not talking about Chavez and supports "the people"

U.S. President estimated that with the death of Hugo Chavez, Venezuela "begins a new chapter in its history." Caracas was a bit of a "pet peeve" of Washington, from provocations provocations.

Barack Obama hoped for "constructive relationship" with the future government. "At a time when Venezuela began a new chapter in its history, the United States continues to support policies that support democratic principles, the rule of law and respect for human rights."

       Hugo Chavez is "actually a martyr" advocate "revolutionary values" (Mahmoud Ahmadinejad)

Hugo Chavez was one of the few head of state close to the Iranian government. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has assured that Hugo Chavez is "actually a martyr to serve his people and protected human values ​​revolutionaries."

       "He was an extraordinary man who looked strong and forward" (Vladimir Putin)

Russian President paid tribute to Hugo Chavez on Wednesday morning. Putin honors the memory of "a man unusual and strong, looking to the future and was always extremely demanding of himself."

"The loss is irreparable" for Latin America

Brazil, through the voice of its President Dilma Rousseff or Ecuador, Peru and Haiti almost immediately hailed the memory of Hugo Chavez. As in Nicaragua and Bolivia, South American faithful allies, who believed that "exceptional men and formidable as Hugo Chavez [would] never die."

Bolivian President Evo Morales said he was "devastated by the death of brother Hugo Chavez."

Cuba has declared three days of national mourning in honor of his main political and economic ally. "Chavez is Cuban! He felt his flesh in our difficulties and problems and did everything he could, with extreme generosity (...) He accompanied Fidel (Castro) as a real son and friendship with Raul (Castro) e is deep, "the government said in a statement cubaun.

In Colombia, relationships, long strained between Caracas and Botoga, had improved since 2010. Hugo Chavez was working since the opening of peace talks between the government and the guerrillas.

link: http://www.franceinfo.fr/monde/mo...de-911525-2013-03-06#main-content  Google trans.

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