Chavez re­cov­er­ing af­ter com­pli­ca­tions

Austin American-Statesman - - THE SECOND FRONT -

Venezue­lan Pres­i­dent Hugo Chavez is re­cov­er­ing fa­vor­ably de­spite suf­fer­ing com­pli­ca­tions dur­ing can­cer surgery in Cuba, his vice pres­i­dent said Thurs­day. A day af­ter of­fi­cials painted a grim pic­ture of Chavez’s health, Vice Pres­i­dent Ni­co­las Maduro an­nounced at a po­lit­i­cal rally that his con­di­tion “has evolved from sta­ble to fa­vor­able, which sup­ports main­tain­ing the di­ag­no­sis of an in­creas­ing re­cu­per­a­tion.” In the lat­est of a se­ries of re­ports about the pres­i­dent’s del­i­cate con­di­tion, In­for­ma­tion Min­is­ter Ernesto Vil­le­gas said Chavez was mak­ing a “pro­gres­sive and fa­vor­able” re­cov­ery af­ter suf­fer­ing bleed­ing from Tues­day’s surgery. de­liv­ery per­son, an­tiques dealer and pro­duce ven­dor will be among the newly le­gal pri­vate pro­fes­sions, Marino Murillo told law­mak­ers. Econ­o­mists have long said Cuba needs to ex­pand the num­ber of al­low­able pri­vate en­ter­prises, with an em­pha­sis on le­gal­iz­ing more in­de­pen­dent whitecol­lar work. hours of de­lib­er­a­tion. The panel of eight Army of­fi­cers and en­listed sol­diers also ac­quit­ted Jack­son of pre­med­i­tated mur­der in the stab­bing and chok­ing of 28-year-old Spc. Brandy Fon­te­neaux of Hous­ton. Fon­te­neaux was found dead in her bar­racks room on Jan. 8.

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