Venezuela's Chavez in 'best moment' since surgery, VP says

By REUTERS
January 26, 2013 08:07

 
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CARACAS - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is in his "best moment" since undergoing cancer surgery in Cuba 45 days ago, the vice president said on Saturday, adding Chavez has made important economic decisions to strengthen exports.

"He's got a smile that's filled with light, his thoughts are illuminated," said Nicolas Maduro in televised comments just after midnight after returning from a visit with Chavez.

The normally garrulous president has not been heard from since a complex operation on Dec. 11. Official statements in recent weeks have sounded upbeat about his condition following rumors that he is gravely ill.

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