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Acute shortages prompt government to take action; opposition activist is released pending trial; and military officers are tasked with street security operations.
Brawl at National Assembly leaves 11 injured; authorities dismiss Obama’s criticism; and Globovision’s new director is a government critic.
Capriles will contest election results in the Supreme Court; government cracks down on opposition supporters; and Maduro retains half of Chávez’s Cabinet
Nicolás Maduro eeks out a victory in the election, prompting a vote recount; government cuts off Internet to fend off a hacker attack.
Opposition reports PSUV has broken electoral laws; Maduro says international coalition is planning to kill him; and new foreign exchange system devalues the bolívar for a second time
President Hugo Chávez loses his battle with cancer; thousands of supporters mourn at the leader’s funeral; VP Maduro is sworn in as interim president.
Government devalues currency by 32 percent against the dollar; and Pemon tribesmen obtain mining permit after freeing 43 National Guards
Maduro accuses Capriles of ‘conspiring’ against his government; CNE delays municipal elections to 14 July; and German customs officers arrest Iranian Minister with a Bs.300M cheque
63 killed in a two-day riot at Uribana penitentiary; Chávez overcomes respiratory infection; and Government will sue Spanish newspaper.