Friday, 14 January 2011

Do you speak Spanish and want to know what Chávez's ministers stand for?

If you speak Spanish and you can understand Venezuelan slang, you should simply take a look at André Izarra's tweets. He is the "minister for the Popular Power of Communication and Information of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela". That is the same guy who was laughing with a very high pitch when an NGO representative was talking about the murder rate in Venezuela (from 00:37, specially 1:21). Warning: the tweets become rather repetitive after a while. Just take a look at what Izarra says about the others.

A question to BBC, The Guardian, El País, CNN, Le Monde: what do you think of that minister? Well, that's just a sample. You will certainly see a lot among other groups not supporting the military, but the red-clad Chavistas are definitely "special".

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