“If not for the media, I would have 80% popularity.” – Hugo Chávez
Venezuelan cartoonist Roberto Weil portrays President Hugo Chávez as a boot in response to a law which prohibits depictions of the likeness of the president and of patriotic symbols.
For more, read our piece “Under Chavez: Media Harassed with Online Hacking, Phone Tapping and Censorship.”
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