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Picture of the new mausoleum that will host the remains of national hero Simon Bolivar, a tribute of President Hugo Chavez to the Liberator, in Caracas on January 7, 2012. The church weighed in with four days to go before President Hugo Chavez, who is in Cuba recovering from cancer surgery, is supposed to be sworn in to a new six year term. Venezuela's Catholic church warned the government Monday it would be 'morally unacceptable' to override the constitution amid an intensifying crisis over Chavez's health. His vice president has argued that the swearing in can be delayed indefinitely, calling it a 'formality,' and that Chavez's current administration can continue in office until a new one can be sworn in. AFP PHOTO/Leo RAMIREZ (Photo credit should read LEO RAMIREZ/AFP/Getty Images)
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Picture of the new mausoleum that will host the remains of national hero Simon Bolivar, a tribute of President Hugo Chavez to the Liberator, in Caracas on January 7, 2012. The church weighed in with four days to go before President Hugo Chavez, who is in Cuba recovering from cancer surgery, is supposed to be sworn in to a new six year term. Venezuela's Catholic church warned the government Monday it would be 'morally unacceptable' to override the constitution amid an intensifying crisis over Chavez's health. His vice president has argued that the swearing in can be delayed indefinitely, calling it a 'formality,' and that Chavez's current administration can continue in office until a new one can be sworn in. AFP PHOTO/Leo RAMIREZ (Photo credit should read LEO RAMIREZ/AFP/Getty Images)
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Picture of the new mausoleum that will host the remains of national... News Photo 159069726Caracas,Government,Heroes,Horizontal,Hugo Chávez,Mausoleum,National,New,Picture,Politics,Remains,Simon Bolivar,Tribute,VenezuelaPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPPicture of the new mausoleum that will host the remains of national hero Simon Bolivar, a tribute of President Hugo Chavez to the Liberator, in Caracas on January 7, 2012. The church weighed in with four days to go before President Hugo Chavez, who is in Cuba recovering from cancer surgery, is supposed to be sworn in to a new six year term. Venezuela's Catholic church warned the government Monday it would be 'morally unacceptable' to override the constitution amid an intensifying crisis over Chavez's health. His vice president has argued that the swearing in can be delayed indefinitely, calling it a 'formality,' and that Chavez's current administration can continue in office until a new one can be sworn in. AFP PHOTO/Leo RAMIREZ (Photo credit should read LEO RAMIREZ/AFP/Getty Images)