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A woman holds a painting of President Hugo Chavez as supporters gather around Bolivar Square Monday  in Caracas, Venezuela, after his return to the country.  Chavez returned to Venezuela after more than two months of medical treatment in Cuba following cancer surgery. Chavez was re-elected to a new six-year term in October, and his inauguration, originally scheduled for Jan. 10, was indefinitely postponed by lawmakers in a decision that the Supreme Court upheld despite complaints by the opposition.
A woman holds a painting of President Hugo Chavez as supporters gather around Bolivar Square Monday in Caracas, Venezuela, after his return to the country. Chavez returned to Venezuela after more than two months of medical treatment in Cuba following cancer surgery. Chavez was re-elected to a new six-year term in October, and his inauguration, originally scheduled for Jan. 10, was indefinitely postponed by lawmakers in a decision that the Supreme Court upheld despite complaints by the opposition. Fernando Llano/AP Photo

A woman holds a painting of President Hugo Chavez as supporters gather around Bolivar Square Monday  in Caracas, Venezuela, after his return to the country.  Chavez returned to Venezuela after more than two months of medical treatment in Cuba following cancer surgery. Chavez was re-elected to a new six-year term in October, and his inauguration, originally scheduled for Jan. 10, was indefinitely postponed by lawmakers in a decision that the Supreme Court upheld despite complaints by the opposition.

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