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3. Maduro's power test as Venezuela votes

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Maduro's power test as Venezuela votes

Venezuela go to the polls in the first elections since the fraudulent vote of the constituent assembly which was used by President Maduro to reform the Constitution in his own interest. Father Arturo Peraza is one of the most respected analysts in Venezuela. He met with Euronews in Caracas to explain what it is at stake “We have seen an extremely high tension and social confrontation during the first half of 2017. Therefore I believe that even with this delay, because this election should have been held in October 2016, it’s a good thing and could help to ease the tension in order to find democratic and pacific solutions to the crisis we are in” Opposition leaders have already claimed irregularities in the election process, including relocating 300 polling stations less than 72 hours before the election. They said the stations had been moved to areas which are difficult to access in a move aimed at taking votes away from opposition candidates If the opposition does triumph though, Maduro’s government can still limit their impact by restricting funding and taking authority away from the governors’ offices, as it has done in previous elections.



5. Maduro Favored to Win Condemned Venezuela Vote Amid Tepid Turnout

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Maduro Favored to Win Condemned Venezuela Vote Amid Tepid Turnout

On Sunday, Venezuela’s leftist leader, Nicolas Maduro, looked set to win re-election in what appeared to be a poor voting turnout. Foes have condemned the vote as the “coronation” of a dictator, that will likely bring new foreign sanctions. The vote could trigger additional sanctions from the United States, and more censure from the European Union and Latin America. The Trump administration said it would not recognize the “sham” election and was considering oil sanctions.


6. Maduro Seeks Re-Election In Condemned Venezuela Vote

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Maduro Seeks Re-Election In Condemned Venezuela Vote

According to a report by Reuters, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro sought a six-year term on Sunday, in a vote that had been condemned by critics as the 'coronation' of a dictator and is expected to bring about a fresh volley of foreign sanctions. Despite his widely reported unpopularity, the 55 year-old former bus driver is expected to win the vote, with two of his most popular rivals barred from running and state institutions under loyalist control.



8. The Latest: Maduro votes in Venezuela congressional election

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The Latest: Maduro votes in Venezuela congressional election

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Here's the latest on Sunday's important congressional elections in Venezuela (all times local): 3 p.m. President Nicolas Maduro has...


9. Venezuela Decides: Maduro Votes in Parliamentary Elections

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Venezuela Decides: Maduro Votes in Parliamentary Elections

Reagan des Vignes in Caracas brings us another update on the day's voting.


10. Venezuela On The Edge: Opposition votes to open trial against Maduro

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Venezuela On The Edge: Opposition votes to open trial against Maduro

Juan Carlos Lamas brings more from Caracas. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 ...


11. Venezuela: Maduro salue "le plus grand vote de la révolution"

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Venezuela: Maduro salue

Le président du Venezuela Nicolas Maduro s'est félicité du fort taux de participation à l'élection d'une Assemblée constituante, contre laquelle l'opposition a appelé à de nouvelles marches dès lundi 31 juillet, début e la mise en place de cette Assemblée, qui selon eux ne va servir qu'à renforcer les pouvoirs du chef de l'Etat et à le maintenir en place.



13. 7.2 mn Venezuelans vote to reject Maduro

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7.2 mn Venezuelans vote to reject Maduro

Nearly 7.2 million Venezuelans voted in a symbolic election organized by the opposition against President Nicolas Maduro and his plan to rewrite the constitution, university guarantors say with 95 percent of ballots counted.


14. Venezuela : l'opposition vote contre la constituante de Maduro

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Venezuela : l'opposition vote contre la constituante de Maduro

Des centaines de milliers de Vénézuéliens votaient dimanche dans le calme lors d'une consultation populaire symbolique organisée par l'opposition sur le projet de Constituante du président Nicolas Maduro, après plus de trois mois de manifestations violentes. Les électeurs, beaucoup vêtus de blanc ou avec aux couleurs du drapeau jaune, bleu, rouge du Venezuela, sont venus nombreux glisser leur bulletin dès l'ouverture, dans des boîtes en carton installées dans des bureaux de vote par la coalition d'opposition appelée Table de l'unité démocratique


15. Maduro vows Venezuela vote will go ahead

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Maduro vows Venezuela vote will go ahead

President Nicolas Maduro is pressing ahead with plans for a controversial election in Venezuela, despite claims that it is a move to institutionalise dictatorship. Speaking on Sunday, with a week to go until the poll, he defended the vote for a congressional body which could effectively replace the opposition-led National Assembly. “The imperial right wing believes it can give orders to Venezuela, the only ones who give orders here are the people,” the leftist leader said, denouncing a threat from US President Donald Trump to impose sanctions on Venezuela if the vote takes place. “Foreign imperial governments and foreigners don’t give the orders here,” Maduro declared on his weekly TV show. Maduro says Venezuela vote going ahead despite ‘imperial’ threat https://t.co/hnPGu53aUP— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) 23 juillet 2017 More than 100 people have died in months of anti-government unrest in Venezuela, which is in the midst of a crippling economic crisis. More protests and a national strike are planned ahead of Sunday’s vote for a Constituent Assembly. Maduro’s opponents are to boycott the ballot, demanding instead conventional free elections including for a new president. Maduro has branded his opponents “terrorists”, saying they are working for Washington to try to control Venezuela’s oil. The European Union and major Latin American nations have also stated their opposition to the constituent body, which will have power to rewrite Venezuela’s 1999 constitution and override other institutions. Venezuela opposition calls for 48-hour general strike https://t.co/abWMveMxD9 pic.twitter.com/JazjlW965G— Bloomberg (@business) 23 juillet 2017 with Reuters


16. Maduro slams Venezuela vote fraud claims

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Maduro slams Venezuela vote fraud claims

President Maduro of Venezuela and the country’s electoral authorities have rejected accusations of fraud in last Sunday’s vote for a new constituent assembly. The company behind the voting system has said it was tampered with to inflate the turnout – and that the real figures were at least a million below the government’s estimate of over eight million. Before a televised gathering of supporters, Nicolas Maduro turned on what he called “a firm with its headquarters in London and bank accounts in the US”. “The stupid president of Smartmatic pressurised by the gringos and the British said there were over seven million voters. I believe there were more than 10 million Venezuelans who came out onto the streets and more than 8 (million) voted. The rest had to face the barricades,” Maduro said. Turnout is seen as a key indicator of government support. The president insisted that the election was transparent and properly audited. Maduro also criticised a report by Reuters. The news agency claimed it had seen election documents which showed that fewer than four million votes had been cast two hours before polls closed – in turn casting doubt on the official outcome. Venezuela’s Attorney General Luisa Ortega Díaz, who had already called the new Constituent Assembly illegitimate, told CNN she had launched an investigation into the vote. The new assembly will have the power to sack the chief prosecutor and dissolve the opposition-run Congress. Last month the Congress swore in more than 30 judges in defiance of the pro-government Supreme Court, which promptly declared the appointments unconstitutional. At least three judges have been detained, while another three have taken refuge in the Chilean ambassador’s residence in Caracas. International condemnation has been widespread, with Maduro accused of a power-grab and presiding over economic chaos; the president says the new assembly is needed to bring peace and stability.


17. Venezuela: vote pour la consultation contre Maduro

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Venezuela: vote pour la consultation contre Maduro

Les Vénézuéliens ont commencé dimanche 16 juillet à voter lors d'une consultation populaire symbolique organisée par l'opposition sur le projet de Constituante du président Nicolas Maduro, après trois mois de manifestations violentes.


18. Venezuela: Maduro salue "le plus grand vote de la révolution"

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Venezuela: Maduro salue

Le président du Venezuela Nicolas Maduro s'est félicité du fort taux de participation à l'élection d'une Assemblée constituante, contre laquelle l'opposition a appelé à de nouvelles marches dès lundi 31 juillet, début e la mise en place de cette Assemblée, qui selon eux ne va servir qu'à renforcer les pouvoirs du chef de l'Etat et à le maintenir en place.


19. Venezuela: Maduro salue "le plus grand vote de la révolution"

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Venezuela: Maduro salue

Le président du Venezuela Nicolas Maduro s'est félicité du fort taux de participation à l'élection d'une Assemblée constituante, contre laquelle l'opposition a appelé à de nouvelles marches dès lundi 31 juillet, début e la mise en place de cette Assemblée, qui selon eux ne va servir qu'à renforcer les pouvoirs du chef de l'Etat et à le maintenir en place. (AFP)


20. Venezuela : le Parlement vote pour un procès contre Maduro

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Venezuela : le Parlement vote pour un procès contre Maduro

Le Parlement vénézuélien, contrôlé par l'opposition de centre droit, a approuvé mardi 25 octobre l'ouverture d'un procès en destitution contre le président socialiste Nicolas Maduro, précipitant un peu plus ce pays pétrolier dans la crise politique. Durée: 00:54