Venezuela expelled two Human Rights Watch representatives late Thursday, hours after the US-based group released a report accusing President Hugo Chavez of weakening democracy and the rule of law. The foreign ministry ordered the expulsion of Jose Miguel Vivanco, the group's director of the Americas, and his deputy Daniel Wilkinson, co-editor and co-author of a 230-page report entitled "A Decade Under Chavez: Political Intolerance and Lost Opportunities for Advancing Human Rights in Venezuela."