This week in print: Elections in Venezuela and Mexico, crime in Honduras, Brazil’s public-sector wages and the Falklands
MOST presidents running for re-election are mainly concerned with beating their opponent. Hugo Chávez must vanquish two adversaries: the challenger, Henrique Capriles, and cancer. This week’s issue of The Economist explores how this most unusual campaign is shaping up. It also includes stories on Mexico’s presidential election, crime in Honduras, public-sector wages in Brazil and a self-determination referendum in the Falkland Islands.