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June 28, 2007



"Rangel emphasized that the Chavez government has not closed any media and has not detained any journalists, 'however, these people still dare to say that there isn't freedom of expression in Venezuela.'

"According to Rangel, the fight for freedom of expression in Venezuela is just beginning. 'It is battle for all people to rescue freedom of expression, to make media that is truly at the service of the majority and not of the powerful economic groups.'"

I think that Mr. Rangel needs some logic lessons. First, he criticizes the opposition for saying that there isn't freedom of expression in Venezuela, and then he says that the battle for freedom of expression is just beginning (presumably because only the "powerful economic groups" enjoy it). Which is it?

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