by Laurent GUERBY
Tue Jun 27th, 2006 at 02:10:10 AM EST
From Venezuela News (Venezuela government sponsored):
You won't find commentary and language any more hostile to Hugo Chavez than on the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal. Their June 23 piece by Mary Anastasia O'Grady in the Americas column is a clear, jaw-dropping example.
The O'Grady article is about the elections scheduled to take place in the fall for five non-permanent UN Security Council seats to be held in 2007. One of them will be for the Latin American seat now held by Argentina. The two countries vying to fill the opening are Guatemala and Venezuela, and the other countries in the region will vote on which one will get it.
The idea of a Chavez-led government holding a seat on the Security Council does not go down well in Washington
The WSJ's June 23 editorial is titled "A Vote for Venezuela Is a Vote for Iran."
I don't have a reference for the WSJ article (anyone?).
Are some European (was: USA) medias drawing a different picture of Hugo Chavez?
What do Eurotribers (was: Kossacks) know and think about Hugo Chavez actions as president of Venezuela?