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Venezuelan govt targets disaffected ex-supporters

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TACARIGUA, Venezuela (AP) — The razor-close vote to replace late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has sparked what opposition leaders and human rights groups say is a government crackdown on public employees who either didn't back Chavez's hand-picked successor or failed to show sufficient support for the ruling party. The April 14 election had revealed a major shift in public support away from...

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