As expected, Hugo Chávez obtained a big electoral victory with 62.89% over 
36.85% of the right-wing candidate Manuel Rosales [1], winning in all the 
states, even the state where Rosales is governor. With the benefit of the 
comfortable economic situation fueled by high income from petroleum, and the 
aspiration of the masses, who continue to yearn for a real change in their 
living conditions, Chávez becomes the first President of Venezuela to be 
reelected with a massive vote, bearing in mind that voting has not been 
obligatory since the 1999 Constitution, and with abstention having fallen to a 
level of 25%. Chávez has emerged stronger in the fourth consecutive election in 
which the percentage of votes he received has increased. Since the weakening of 
the right wing after trying to topple Chávez with the support of US imperialism 
in the coup of April 2002, the lockout-sabotage at PDVSA and during the recall 
referendum of 2004, the right is beginning to recover ground with the
 candidacy of Rosales.

  
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