Venezuela National Assembly employees remove through the building pictures currently President Hugo Chavez, in Caracas on Jan. 6, 2016. Venezuela\’s opposition on Tuesday broke the government\’s 17-year grip on the legislature and vowed to push out President Nicol
Venezuelan opposition supporters celebrate the effects with the legislative election in Caracas, on Dec. 7, 2015. (Luis Robayo/AFP)
CARACAS, Venezuela —?Venezuela’s highest court on Wednesday effectively blocked the two-thirds majority that the opposition won on this month’s landmark legislative elections by suspending the inauguration of three incoming lawmakers.
The country’s opposition, however, defiantly insisted its legislators will …
Venezuela opposition lawmaker Julio Borges is greeted by supporters beyond your Assembly before a swearing-in ceremony in Caracas, on Jan. 5, 2016. (Federico Parra/AFP)
Venezuelan opposition supporters celebrate the outcome of your legislative election in Caracas, on Dec. 7, 2015. (Luis Robayo/AFP)
CARACAS, Venezuela —?Venezuelan opposition leaders said Tuesday they won a two-thirds majority while in the legislature, which often can challenge President Nicol
Venezuela opposition supporters celebrate final results associated with a legislative election in Caracas, within the early morning of Dec. 7, 2015. (Federico Parra/AFP)
CARACAS,?Venezuela?C?Venezuela’s jubilant opposition vowed Monday to get the oil-rich country due to its financial system and free political prisoners after winning management of congress from socialist President Nicols Maduro.
But analysts warned political?uncertainty and …