In this April 8, 2013 photo, Eduardo Gonzalez, 30, holds his babies outside his aluminum shack in a squatter's settlement near Tacarigua, Venezuela. Outside Venezuela's capital, power outages, food shortages and unfinished projects abound; important factors heading into Sunday's election to replace Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez, who died last month after a long battle with cancer. An estimated 2 million of Venezuela's country's nearly 30 million people lack permanent homes, and one of Chavez's anti-poverty "missions" builds them. But it's been slow going. The government says it has built 370,500 homes and apartments over the past two years, and more than 3 million people applied for them. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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In this April 8, 2013 photo, Eduardo Gonzalez, 30, holds his babies outside his aluminum shack in a squatter's settlement near Tacarigua, Venezuela. Outside Venezuela's capital, power outages, food shortages and unfinished projects abound; important factors heading into Sunday's election to replace Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez, who died last month after a long battle with cancer. An estimated 2 million of Venezuela's country's nearly 30 million people lack permanent homes, and one of Chavez's anti-poverty "missions" builds them. But it's been slow going. The government says it has built 370,500 homes and apartments over the past two years, and more than 3 million people applied for them. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
In this April 8, 2013 photo, Eduardo Gonzalez, 30, holds his babies outside his aluminum shack in a squatter's settlement near Tacarigua, Venezuela. Outside Venezuela's capital, power outages, food shortages and unfinished projects abound; important factors heading into Sunday's election to replace Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez, who died last month after a long battle with cancer. An estimated 2 million of Venezuela's country's nearly 30 million people lack permanent homes, and one of Chavez's anti-poverty "missions" builds them. But it's been slow going. The government says it has built 370,500 homes and apartments over the past two years, and more than 3 million people applied for them. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
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