Pedro Pérez Delgado

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Pedro Pérez Delgado or "Maisanta" (on the right).
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Pedro Pérez Delgado (1881, Ospino, Estado Portuguesa, Venezuela - 7 November 1924, Puerto Cabello, Venezuela), better known as Maisanta, was a nineteenth-century Venezuelan revolutionary and politician.

The late-20th- and early-21st-century president of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez (1954–2013), grew up being told that Maisanta was his great-great grandfather, and subsequently held a great deal of reverence for him.

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  • Jones, Bart (2007). Hugo! The Hugo Chávez Story from Mud Hut to Perpetual Revolution. Hanover, New Hampshire: Steerforth Press. ISBN 978-1-58642-135-9. 
  • Marcano, Christina and Tyszka, Alberto Barrera (2007). Hugo Chávez: The Definitive Biography of Venezuela's Controversial President. New York: Random House. ISBN 978-0-679-45666-7.