|Satan is waiting to claim his prize|
Chavez's 23-page "Bolivarian Socialist" proposal was inserted in the government newspaper Ciudad CCS on Tuesday. It was distributed online after he presented it to elections officials on Monday.
The document lays out broad goals such as pledges to keep "building 21st century Bolivarian socialism," while also detailing mundane specifics on pig farms, oil drilling, neighborhood committees and fertilizer output.
Chavez's proposal says one overarching aim is "guaranteeing the continuity and consolidation of the Bolivarian Revolution in power."
The 57-year-old president rallied supporters on Monday when he danced, sang and delivered a fiery speech after registering his candidacy for the Oct. 7 presidential vote. His energetic performance offered a preview of a campaign in which he is likely to push his limits trying to show Venezuelans he is emerging from his illness.
"We're just warming up our engines," Chavez said. Then he took a jab at his rival, saying opposition candidate Henrique Capriles would "run out of gasoline" during the campaign, which begins in July.
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