Hugo Chávez and his Bolivarian revolution – Julian Brookes, the editor of the electric journal Mother Jones discusses with Richard Gott, the well-known Latin American reporter.

The most important achievement of Chávez is the starting of democratization that will integrate the poor majority of the population into the political life of the country. The current, grand-scale programs for the social and political integration convinced the masses that Chávez – unlikely to his predecessors – takes seriously his promises to the people – that's why he can count on the stable support of the majority of the society. If the revolution of Chávez is successful, Venezuela can be a model for the whole of Latin America.