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Victorin Lurel: "The world would benefit from having a lot of dictators like Hugo Chavez"

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Victorin Lurel: "The world would benefit from having a lot of dictators like Hugo Chavez"



French Minister for Overseas Territories Minister Victorin Lurel leaves the presidential Elysee Palace partner after the weekly cabinet meeting on May 30, 2012 in Paris. AFP PHOTO FRED DUFOUR

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Victorin Lurel, who represented the French government at the funeral of Hugo Chavez on Friday in Caracas, told his emotion to the press after the ceremony, challenged the adjective "dictator" to describe the Venezuelan ex-President, and said that "Chavez c 'De Gaulle is more Blum. "

Interviewed by RTL and Europe 1 radio, the Minister of Overseas said he was impressed with the remains of Hugo Chavez in front of which it is collected, and the work of embalmers from the perspective of embalming.

"He was very cute"

"It was cute (...), fresh, soothed as little (wind) be the traits of someone died, it was not a chubby Hugo Chavez as he was seen after his illness," t- he said.

"It was exciting," said Victorin Lurel, "we can not agree with this or that action of Hugo Chavez but the people are proud of what has been done in 14 years' presidency.

And adds: "All things being equal, Chavez is more Blum de Gaulle De Gaulle because he fundamentally changed the institutions and then Blum, that is to say, the Popular Front, because. he struggles against injustice. "

Chavez "has respected the human rights"

"I say, and it will reproached myself, (...) that the world would benefit from having a lot of dictators like Hugo Chavez claims that since it is a dictator. He has during these 14 years respected the rights of Man ", further said the minister.

Friday for the state funeral in the Venezuelan capital, the deceased president Tuesday, 32 heads of state and foreign government had made the trip. Chavez's coffin was covered in the VIP lounge of the Military Academy full to bursting. Embalmed "like Lenin", the body will still be exposed to the public at least seven days before being later visible in the future Museum of the Bolivarian revolution.

If he called the practice of embalming "another time" Victorin Lurel was impressed with the preparation of the deceased's body, "it seemed that there was some sort of operation I weigh my words, sanctification. "

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