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Members of the Bolivarian militias take part in a military parade during an event in homage of President Hugo Chavez, in Caracas on January 10, 2013. With Chavez ailing and absent, Venezuela's leftist government launches a new presidential term with a display of popular support on the day he was to be inaugurated. The Supreme Court cleared the cancer-stricken president,kwho is recovering from a fourth round of cancer surgery in Havana, to indefinitely postpone his re-inauguration and said his existing administration could remain in office until he is well enough to take the oath. The government has said that he is recovering from complications from surgery, most recently a severe pulmonary infection that had resulted in a 'respiratory insufficiency.' AFP PHOTO/Raul ARBOLEDA (Photo credit should read RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)
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Members of the Bolivarian militias take part in a military parade during an event in homage of President Hugo Chavez, in Caracas on January 10, 2013. With Chavez ailing and absent, Venezuela's leftist government launches a new presidential term with a display of popular support on the day he was to be inaugurated. The Supreme Court cleared the cancer-stricken president,kwho is recovering from a fourth round of cancer surgery in Havana, to indefinitely postpone his re-inauguration and said his existing administration could remain in office until he is well enough to take the oath. The government has said that he is recovering from complications from surgery, most recently a severe pulmonary infection that had resulted in a 'respiratory insufficiency.' AFP PHOTO/Raul ARBOLEDA (Photo credit should read RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)
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Members of the Bolivarian militias take part in a military parade... News Photo 159239670Armed Forces,Arms Raised,Army Soldier,Bolivarian,Caracas,Event,Face Paint,Government,Horizontal,Hugo Chavez,Human Arm,Human Body Part,Human Limb,Limb,Military,Military Inspection,Military Parade,Parade,Part Of,People,Politics,Respect,Taking,Venezuela,militiasPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPMembers of the Bolivarian militias take part in a military parade during an event in homage of President Hugo Chavez, in Caracas on January 10, 2013. With Chavez ailing and absent, Venezuela's leftist government launches a new presidential term with a display of popular support on the day he was to be inaugurated. The Supreme Court cleared the cancer-stricken president,kwho is recovering from a fourth round of cancer surgery in Havana, to indefinitely postpone his re-inauguration and said his existing administration could remain in office until he is well enough to take the oath. The government has said that he is recovering from complications from surgery, most recently a severe pulmonary infection that had resulted in a 'respiratory insufficiency.' AFP PHOTO/Raul ARBOLEDA (Photo credit should read RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)