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The long struggle about whether there would be a revocatory referendum against Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has ended, and the Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE), the national electoral authority, has set a date of Aug.
1 to support a revocatory referendum, which could mean new presidential elections.
1, various civil-society groups formed the Frente de Defensa de la Patria, which plans to call for a revocatory referendum on Gutierrez's presidency.