Murals throughout Venezuela depict former President Hugo Chavez in a variety of military, political and cultural settings. Almost three years after his death, Chavez' admirers, who number in the millions, still speak of him as though he were alive. That legacy will be tested though, now that Chavez' political descendants have lost control of the country's legislative branch. Photo taken Oct. 2, 2015.
Murals throughout Venezuela depict former President Hugo Chavez in a variety of military, political and cultural settings. Almost three years after his death, Chavez' admirers, who number in the millions, still speak of him as though he were alive. That legacy will be tested though, now that Chavez' political descendants have lost control of the country's legislative branch. Photo taken Oct. 2, 2015. Alejandro Cegarra McClatchy
Murals throughout Venezuela depict former President Hugo Chavez in a variety of military, political and cultural settings. Almost three years after his death, Chavez' admirers, who number in the millions, still speak of him as though he were alive. That legacy will be tested though, now that Chavez' political descendants have lost control of the country's legislative branch. Photo taken Oct. 2, 2015. Alejandro Cegarra McClatchy

In Venezuela, will Hugo Chavez’s legacy survive new National Assembly?

December 31, 2015 06:25 AM