One of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's brothers said Sunday that backers of the hospitalized leftist leader should not rule out armed struggle in the future, though they prefer to maintain power at the ballot box.http://www.boston.com/news/world/latinamerica/articles/2011/06/26/venezuelan_critics_demand_info_on_chavezs_health/?rss_id=Boston.com+--+Latest+news
Adan Chavez's statement came as speculation mounted about the health of the president, who has been convalescing at an undisclosed location in Cuba after reportedly undergoing emergency surgery 16 days ago.
Chavez's older brother said Venezuela's ruling party wants to retain power by defeating foes in elections. But he told government supporters that they should be ready to take up arms if necessary.
Hopefully, this will finally convince the administration that the Venezuelan regime is not simply reformist, but revolutionary and dictatorial.