Chavez says foes would harm slums, see off Cubans

By REUTERS
November 6, 2011 21:11

 
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CARACAS - President Hugo Chavez accused political opponents eyeing a 2012 election battle on Sunday of wanting to reverse social policies in Venezuela's slums and rid the nation of Cubans who promote his self-styled "revolution."

The accusation is potentially damaging to the opposition given Chavez's socialist "barrio" projects -- like free healthcare and schooling plus subsidized food -- have underpinned his popularity in the South American OPEC member.

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