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Maduro also speaks about much more than is listed above. Perhaps he took note of Fidel's use of long speeches and interviews. Certainly this is not a quick read, other than my 'link' intro. Rather, Maduro and the Interviewer, Jose Vicente Rangel, speak of many things, beginning with the Presidential Campaign of 1982, and Maduro's first meeting Chavez.
It is an introduction to Nicolas Maduro that was never made in, or by, the Media. He has been demonized, ridiculed, and denigrated, by most, if not all of the Western Media. That lack of introduction, may well explain the contempt that many Leftist Commentators display when speaking of the 'Bus Driver pretending to be President' of Venezuela.
Grab a cuppa coffee, and listen to, or read, this expository discussion between to old friends. I think you will be impressed.If you expected the link I spoke of yesterday, this is more important...