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15. 02. 2013. 19:40   >>  19:47 0

HUGO CHAVEZ PHOTOS

First images of Venezuela's leader since surgery

The first images of Venezuela's leader Hugo Chavez seen since he underwent cancer surgery have been broadcast by the government. The 58-year-old is shown smiling as he lies in bed reading a newspaper, with his two daughters at his side.

Mr Chavez has not been seen in public since he went to Havana for surgery last year, on 11 December. It was his fourth operation in an 18-month period for cancer first diagnosed in mid-2011.

Mr Chavez is shown looking at Thursday's issue of the Cuban Communist Party newspaper Granma in some of the photos, broadcast on television by his son-in-law, Science Minister Jorge Arreaza.

Information Minister Ernesto Villegas said that as the Venezuelan leader was breathing through a tracheal tube, it was difficult for him to speak.

There has been widespread speculation in Venezuela about Mr Chavez's condition, with some students holding protests outside the Cuban embassy in Havana, demanding to know his state of health.

Shortly before making his most recent journey to Havana, Mr Chavez, who has been at the helm for 14 years, suggested that his supporters should consider naming his Vice President, Nicolas Maduro as his successor.

Mr Maduro has made frequent visits to Havana to see Mr Chavez.

The Venezuelan leader is reported to have had tumours removed from his pelvic region, and has also undergone prior rounds of chemotherapy and radiation treatment.

Though there have been few details about the president's exact treatment, Mr Maduro said on Wednesday that they had been "extremely complex and tough".

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