Lawyers urge Chávez successor to build inclusiveness

With Venezuela gearing up for seven days of official mourning after yesterday’s announcement of the death of President Hugo Chávez at the age of 58, members of the country’s legal community have urged his successor to “build inclusiveness” within the country, while pointing out that a number of ambiguities within the country’s constitution must be clarified before a new president can be appointed.

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