Flu has not stopped Chavez speaks 6:00Info, Wednesday, May 23, 2012 12:00:06
Influenza illness did not prevent the president of Venezuela for 6 hours to be in direct air and to communicate the citizens of his country. Within the program "Hello, President" Hugo Chavez responds to questions of Venezuelans.
The transmission was broadcast live on TV and radio studio from outside the state of Lara. At the beginning of the show Chavez apologized to his countrymen for hoarseness, but despite the difficulties talked six hours. Questions to him were of the wide range - from agricultural development to combat bureaucracy, the organization of 200 new communities to the construction of socialism in the 21st century. On the fifth hour Chavez recalled that his doctors are allowed to speak no more than 3 hours. However, the lines were interrupted after one hour. The practice of open-ended interviews in direct broadcast applies in Russia where the Russians await with interest this month to talk with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
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