Chavez in stable condition

Hugo Chavez

President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, is in stable conditions after going through ‘complex and delicate’ surgery in Cuba, the Venezuelan embassy here is reporting.

In a release the embassy said Chavez went through a surgical operation that lasted six hours and is presently undergoing “complex postoperative recovery process.”

“We trust the physical and spiritual strength of Commander Hugo Chávez and the medical treatment,” the embassy said.

The release continues, “The Bolivarian Government invites the Venezuelan people and other fraternal peoples to be with President Chávez in this new testing time with their prayers and solidarity, which sure make him stronger every day.”

Chavez is accompanied by his closest relatives who, according to the release, thank those who show solidarity and affection for the president.

Chavez, 58, has undergone three surgeries to remove two tumors since June 2011.

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10 Comments

  1. el uno
    December 17, 2012

    viva la revolucion socialismo o muerte

    venceremos

  2. che gorera
    December 16, 2012

    viva la revoluyion viva chavez viva castro viva rarul viva skerrit

  3. December 16, 2012

    I wish him well and speedy recovery,I would like to see him back again in Dominica why gasoline prices still high in Dominica,because He told us during his last visit in Dominica gasoline will be cheaper when Petro Carib begins service in Dominica.Again I wish him well.

  4. all eyes
    December 15, 2012

    You are always blessed, Mr. Chavez; come what may!
    Your heart is in the right place.

  5. out of south city
    December 15, 2012

    Comrade Chavez is a very strong man both mentally and physically. I believe that his tough mental attitude keeps him strong and kicking. Viva Chavez.

  6. CIA on the watch
    December 15, 2012

    Is this the same Hugo Chavez who had his opponents in hiding for fear of prosecution? Oh ho, God is in charge not man and their lost for power; Others like him must take note. Those of us who live a little longer will see a lot more like him.

  7. GFD
    December 15, 2012

    Hope that this leftist dictator will now quit and give democracy a chance in Venezuela

  8. kastro/ Delices
    December 14, 2012

    Viva Chavez, Viva la Revolution, Viva Alba…

  9. Anonymous
    December 14, 2012

    I pray for Hugo Chavez!! I would like him to know that with God nothing is impossible. God is able to miraculously heal him through the blood of His Son Jesus Christ. He only has to believe.
    I would like to tell him also that the world system he is trying to change until mankind acknowledge the Lordship of Jesus Christ. His fight is hopeless.
    Chavez therefore should make Jesus Christ his Lord and Personal Savior/Healer.
    God’s blessings be upon you!!!

  10. happyrrr
    December 14, 2012

    get well soon chavez :)

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