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Obcecados com a palavra “independência”, provavelmente entrarão em estado de coma assistido quando lerem que:
Oil-rich Zulia state in western Venezuela, right under the radar, is seeking autonomy or possibly independence from Venezuela. There are now growing calls for it, from an independence group called ‘Our Course.’
Situated near Lake Maracaibo, the rightwing stronghold on the Colombian border is the only state that’s never been mowed down by the forces of Chavismo. Its governor is anti-Hugo Chavez, and its people hate the Thug more than almost anyone in the country.
Its autonomy move resembles that of natgas-rich and very rightwing, market-oriented Santa Cruz province in Bolivia. But the desire to break away from an unbearable central government doesn’t stop there. There ought to be a name for this phenomenon because it’s very recognizable around the world. It’s present in the rebellions of oil-rich Nigeria, and in the bitter struggle in Indonesia’s energy-rich Aceh province, too.
Uma legítima revolução bolivariana, só que dentro de um Estado. Será que a Petrobrás apóia?
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