Amid the crisis in Venezuela, Chavez's daughter is studying in Brazil

Daniella is the daughter of Congressman Diosdado Cabello, considered the second most important man in the country.
19/02/2016 16h18 - Updated 19/02/2016 16h18
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The worsening political and economic crisis in Venezuela has caused a stampede of people in search of better living conditions abroad. The exodus has led even supporters of Chavismo to abandon the ship of the Bolivarian Revolution. The latest personality to seek a life away from the chaos that has become the country's Daniella Desiree Hair Contreras, daughter of Mr Diosdado Cabello, considered the second most important man in the country, behind President Nicolas Maduro.

Daniella will attend the course of Political Science and Sociology at the Federal University of Latin American Integration (Unila), in Foz do Iguaçu. She was selected by the directors of the institution to be part of the cadres of foreign students of the institution established in 2007 by President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

A Unila, which had its embryo in Itaipu facilities, It is maintained by the Brazilian Ministry of Education and has the support of binational company, which gives physical space for some facilities and sponsors the university.

Unila was created with the initial proposal to meet students from Mercosur, but soon expanded their vacancies to the axis of the Bolivarian countries, that through agreements with the institution send their students to study for free in Brazil.

Or deputado Diosdado Cabello, Student father Daniella, It is investigated by the United States for leading one of the largest networks in the world cocaine trafficking, Poster or two are. According to his former bodyguard, who is on the run in the United States, Cabello is who controls the sending of cocaine produced by the FARC in Colombia for drug cartels in Mexico.

In addition to the charges with drug trafficking, Cabello is accused of various human rights violations in his country, besides being one of the greatest persecutors of the Venezuelan opposition. Despite this record, he has first-time companions in the PT. Last year, Lula and President Dilma Rousseff received a visit from political-dealer, who came to Brazil in an unofficial visit.


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