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Chavez asserts authority
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Chavez asserts authority
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez claims that RCTV is among the private stations that were implicated in a coup against him that nearly brought him down five years ago. During the 2002 coup, RCTV reported falsely that Chavez supporters had fired at demonstrators. When the tide began turning in Chavez's favor, RCTV showed movies and cartoons rather than the huge crowds of the president's supporters rallying against the coup leaders.

Chavez's government has now opened an investigation against Globovision, the remaining opposition station, claiming that it has acted as an "enemy of the state". More demonstrations, in support of freedom of speech, have been called for Friday.

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Grammar

Chavez's government has now opened an investigation against Globovision.
Notez l'utilisation du « present perfect » dans cette phrase : l'action a commencé dans le passé et se continue dans le présent.

Le present perfect n'a pas d'équivalent en français.

On le construit avec l'auxiliaire "have" et le participe passé du verbe.
Ce temps s'emploie aussi pour exprimer une action qui a eu lieu dans le passé et dont les conséquences durent encore :
- I have eaten an apple and now I'm ill

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