The body of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has been taken from the military academy in the capital, Caracas, to a museum located in the popular neighbourhood of “23 de Enero”.
The transfer of the former head of state, who died on March 5 after a two year fight against cancer, was attended by thousands of people who saw it as a last chance to pay him homage.
The government now says Chavez’s body will not be embalmed as the operation would require his remains stay in Russia for at least seven months for that process.
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