Bolivia without Hugo Chavez

The successor of Venezuela's late president could change the relationship between the South American countries.

Last Modified: 07 Apr 2013 08:59
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When Hugo Chavez died last month, Venezuelans lost a president and Bolivians lost one of their biggest supporters.

Now, whoever becomes Venezuela's next leader could change the relationship between the two South American countries.

Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from the Bolivian city of La Paz.


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