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Today marks a year without President Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, the man who governed that country for over a decade. But while hundreds of Venezuelans mourn Chavez’s death, hundreds of students are taking to the streets to protest. They are asking for President Nicolas Maduro to resign. Will Maduro be able to survive his presidency?
Fusion’s Mariana Atencio tells us what Chavez would have done differently to take control of the bloody confrontations between the military and the protesters.