On March 5, 2013, the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, Hugo Chávez Frías, a Venezuelan soldier and politician, a close friend of Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, he ceased to exist physically after a painful illness that he faced with extreme courage.  

The unfortunate event deeply affected the entire American continent, an exceptional man had gone, a human being of superior qualities that radiated light and hope, sharing optimism and brotherhood among the humble who acclaimed him.

For Chavez there was no time to think on himself, he multiplied every minute in envisioning the future choosing the right path to lead his people.

For him there was only one scenario, one space: the one that gives way to equality to full freedom to the uncontainable passion for one's neighbor.

The death with its voracious saga took his corporeal attire, nevertheless its historical legacy, its example, its infinite love and effulgent smile forged a rainbow not of colors, if not of values ​​and altruism that shines on the high lighting the vigor of the Homeland in the oppressed communities.

Today, on the fifth anniversary of his death, we remember the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, without resorting to the absence or claiming nostalgia, extolling for the joy he always granted, his confidence in the human being, the indissoluble alliance he forged between Venezuela and Cuba.

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