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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (not framed) and his vice-president Tareck El Aissami (L) participate in a rally with workers of PDVSA state-owned oil company in Carcas January 31, 2017. 
Maduro broadened the powers of his hardline number two in a decree Tuesday that analysts said showed he may be grooming him to take over as president. / AFP / JUAN BARRETO        (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (not framed) and his vice-president Tareck El Aissami (L) participate in a rally with workers of PDVSA state-owned oil company in Carcas January 31, 2017. 
Maduro broadened the powers of his hardline number two in a decree Tuesday that analysts said showed he may be grooming him to take over as president. / AFP / JUAN BARRETO        (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)

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New York Times: La carta de Tareck El Aissami

Pascal Fletcher —corresponsal extranjero de Reuters y analista de The Financial Times de Londres y BBC Mundo— y Melissa Turibbi —periodista venezolana y exreportera de Globovisión y del Circuito Unión Radio— analizan la carta de Tareck El Aissami publicada en el New York Times.

New York Times: La carta de Tareck El Aissami

Pascal Fletcher —corresponsal extranjero de Reuters y analista de The Financial Times de Londres y BBC Mundo— y Melissa Turibbi —periodista venezolana y exreportera de Globovisión y del Circuito Unión Radio— analizan la carta de Tareck El Aissami publicada en el New York Times.