Venezuela produces socialist soap opera

Posted on November 5, 2012 • Filed under: Culture, Politics, Venezuela

It took a while, but the dream of President Hugo Chavez came true: Venezuela Teresa premiered in three seasons, the socialist telenovela broadcast by the channel TVES, which was RCTV’s frequency, channel that brought worldwide fame to gender and the government did not renew in 2007 according to

With giant screens, ball gowns and interviews with the protagonists, a festive prelude to the central Plaza Bolivar in Caracas served Teresa premiere place in three seasons, which was broadcast simultaneously on different channels of the state.

The telenovela tells the story of three women made themselves whose life is articulated through the Valles del Tuy railway, which connects the capital with neighboring bedroom communities, the only active rail system in the country and which was opened by Chavez in 2006.
It was during the Alo Presidente system display when Chavez gave the idea to the producer of the telenovela, Delfina Catalá. Read Article

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