Venezuelan Politics After Chavez & Guatemala's Genocide Trial (Lp4052013) by LatinPulse published on 2013/04/05 17:53:48 +0000 Politics and justice provide the themes this week on Latin Pulse with a discussion of Venezuelan politics before the country's snap presidential elections and a look at the historic human rights trial in Guatemala. The program discusses the chances of Venezuelan candidates Acting President Nicolas Maduro and Governor Henrique Capriles Radonski, with a discussion of how the Capriles campaign can possibly become competitive, as it also fights the popularity of the late Hugo Chavez, the former president. The news segment of the program covers the reaction of Paraguay's president to accusations that he took power through questionable means last summer. The program includes in-depth interviews with: Victor Amaya of “TalCual;” and Kathryn Johnson of the Guatemala Human Rights Commission. Executive Producer: Rick Rockwell Associate Producer: Curt Devine Writer: Zach Cohen. The photo of Governor Henrique Capriles Radonski and Venezuela’s Acting President Nicolas Maduro shaking hands is from the Venezuelan government and is in the public domain.