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PHOTO: No Chavez in Greek Politics

“This is the difference…So simple…”.
Photo via Facebook timeline.

After Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez's death, St. P. Theodoridis published this photo on his Facebook timeline, which has gone viral among Greek netizens, with over 5,000 shares in just one day.

The top picture shows Hugo Chávez, and the bottom pictures show Greek politicians Evangelos Venizelos (leader of PASOK, on the left) and PM Antonis Samaras (leader of New Democracy, on the right).

Mr. Theodoridis comments below the picture [el]:

For those who haven't understood yet…the meaning of being a revolutionary [leader]

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