New Recall Bid in Venezuela Political groups opposed to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will attempt to get at least 500,000 voters to come to special polling stations to re-confirm their signatures on a petition seeking a presidential recall election. It's the latest twist in a long-running test of wills between President Hugo Chavez and those trying to oust him from power. NPR's Martin Kaste reports from Caracas.
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Chavez Foes Renew Drive for Venezuela Recall Vote

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Chavez Foes Renew Drive for Venezuela Recall Vote

Chavez Foes Renew Drive for Venezuela Recall Vote

Chavez Foes Renew Drive for Venezuela Recall Vote

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Political groups opposed to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will attempt to get at least 500,000 voters to come to special polling stations to re-confirm their signatures on a petition seeking a presidential recall election. It's the latest twist in a long-running test of wills between President Hugo Chavez and those trying to oust him from power. NPR's Martin Kaste reports from Caracas.