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10 December 2012 By Raul Gallegos

With his cancer back, Venezuela’s president for the first time named a successor if he dies or can’t serve. A transition will test the power of Chavez’ big-state legacy, but voters will probably embrace it even after he’s gone. That makes the country’s debt no more appealing.

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