Maria Emilia Duran | April 11, 2007 | Telesur
On the 15th anniversary of the failed coup against President Hugo Chavez, Maria Emilia Duran talks to teleSUR about ongoing opposition protests:
April 11, 2002 — Venezuela changed forever following the events of this day. For the country’s right-wing opposition, it was a day of celebration, given that they temporarily removed President Hugo Chavez in a U.S.-backed coup. For the country’s poor and oppressed, it was a day of struggle in defense of their Bolivarian Revolution and all of its hard-earned social gains.