Hugo Chavez And Venezuelans
The new founded revolutionary movement wanted a middle way between the right wing policies of the government and the far left position of the Red Flag.
Hugo Chavez Chávez married a working-class woman named Nancy Colmenares, with whom he had three children: Rosa Virginia (born September 1978), Maria Gabriela (born March 1980) and Hugo Rafael (born October 1983).
Chávez went on to form a new secretive cell within the military, the Bolivarian Revolutionary Army-200 (EBR-200), later redesignated the Revolutionary Bolivarian Movement-200 (MBR-200).
He was inspired by Ezequiel Zamora (1817–1860), Simón Bolívar (1783–1830) and Simón Rodríguez (1769–1854), who became known as the “three roots of the tree” of the MBR-200.
Hugo Chavez hoped for the Bolivarian Movement to become a politically dominant party that would “accept all kinds of ideas, from the right and the left.
Mausoleum of Hugo Chávez in Caracas