Dan Molinski

Reporter, Wall Street Journal

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Reporter for Dow Jones Newswires and the Wall Street Journal in Caracas, Venezuela

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Five years ago, parties opposed to Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez boycotted congressional elections, allowing his United Socialist Party to gain a two-thirds majority and the power…

Chavez's Party Wins Venezuelan Elections by Slim Margin

Five years ago, parties opposed to Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez boycotted congressional elections, allowing his United Socialist Party to gain a two-thirds majority and the power…

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