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The venezuelan parliament gets heavy to president Maduro: We will dictatorship fight
In Venezuela, it seems the parliament to steer a confrontation with president Nicolas Maduro, who next week to his second term begins. The new president Juan Guaido of opposition party Voluntad Popular announced, "the dictatorship" to fight and "a transitional government on the ground that new, fair elections should be organized". How that would happen, he said.

The 56-year-old Maduro starts on 10 January to a new term of six years and that leads both in Venezuela and in the rest of the region to outrage. The parliament, dominated by the opposition, called the new mandate is already "illegal". And that is also the opinion of the twelve countries in Latin America, united in the Group of Lima. Only Mexico abstained from comment.

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