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On Wednesday April 3rd, over 80 people crammed into a classroom at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) to hear about the revolutionary legacy of Hugo Chávez and the prospects for the revolution moving forward. The outpouring of grief from millions — not just from Venezuelans but from workers all over the world — has demonstrated what Chávez and his ideas meant to the oppressed sectors around the planet.

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This article appears in the April edition of Labour Briefing. It is almost an impossible task to summ up the legacy of Hugo Chávez in 650 words, but that was the space which was available.

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On March 29, thousands gathered in the centre of Tunis in an homage to Hugo Chávez organised by the Popular Front as part of the World Social Forum. 

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On Saturday, March 23, Hands Off Venezuela hosted a panel discussion in memory of Hugo Chavez and in solidarity with the Bolivarian revolution. 50 supporters of Hands Off Venezuela gathered at 4200 Cedar Ave. for a lively discussion about Chavez' legacy and the past, present, and future of the Venezuelan Revolution. This followed a spontaneous solidarity rally of 40 people, held in the rain and cold of Minneapolis two weeks ago, the weekend after Chavez's death.

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On March 18, Sylvia Richardson interviewed Jorge Martin, from the Hands Off Venezuela campaign, for Latin Waves on the legacy of Hugo Chavez.

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On March 8, around 50 people gathered in Vienna to commemorate the late Hugo Chávez Frías, president of Venezuela.

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This Saturday 16, march 2013, the German capital became a centre of the international solidarity with the Latin American emancipation processes specially with the Bolivarian Revolution of Venezuela.

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Despite a harsh blizzard and traffic disruptions 250 people braved the weather to gather in Brussels, at the buildings of the Christian trade union CSC/ACV, to pay homage to the recently deceased President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez. Erik Demeester of the Hands Off Venezuela (HOV) campaign and Veronique Coteur of Intal explained the political significance of the gathering: ‘Hugo Chavez was not only a president of Venezuela. He was above all an international revolutionary leader.'

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Over 70 people crammed into the Yellow Griffin Pub in Toronto’s west end to celebrate the life of Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez.  The fact that so many people came out on a few hours’ notice demonstrates the effect that Chávez and the Bolivarian revolution have on the lives of people around the world.

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