An unusual situation has aroused in Venezuelan states, where approx 2000 Venezuelan women have become the part of the action for demanding free breast implant replacement with threats if their demands are not met, the doctors, private clinics and distributors have to face severe consequences.
On one side, the President of Venezuela is dreaming of winning the coming presidential election and on the other side, US ambassadors are calming that Hugo Chavez won't survive after the elections. In the past, Hugo Chavez was diagnosed with cancer. However, recently it was declared that he was free from the strains of cancer.
The President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, is suffering from a very aggressive form of cancer at advanced stages and will be living for maximum two years, commented a medical officer.
In defense to the reports delivered by media, the President of Venezuela, Chavez Hugo, assured that he was keeping well and that he was almost at the verge of recovering soon.
Venezuela President Hugo Chavez is determined to fight the election to be held in 2012. He assures that he won't let his health interfere with his political career.
Revealing his plans to contest the presidential election, the leader reveals about the completion of the fourth chemo session. The leader had undergone an operation for the removal of a cancerous tumor in his pelvic portion.
Venezuela is to witness its presidential elections next year and President Hugo Chavez is all set for his presidential campaign for the coming elections.
National Electoral Council (CNE) recently announced that the elections will be held on October 7, 2012. Usually, the elections are held in December but this time the region will witness the elections two months earlier.
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