This title was first published in 2001. The victory of former
lieutenant colonel Hugo Chavez in the Venezuelan presidential
elections of 1998 was criticized as a blow against the country's
deep-seated democratic tradition. It is claimed that this
simplistic argument fails to recognize the extent of democratic
deterioration in the country and the limitations imposed by
discredited political actors on a meaningful democratic reform
process. The book aims to break new ground in providing unseen
evidence of electoral fraud and offers a fresh perspective on the
nature of democratic development.
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