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Venezuela's National Assembly debates on a measure that would give Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro extraordinary powers over the economy following a controversial attempt to forcibly cut consumer prices, at the parliament in Caracas, on November 14, 2013. Maduro's United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) had been one lawmaker short of the votes needed in the National Assembly to pass the measure, which needs a three-fifths majority. The party got the requisite 99th vote on November 13 by ousting opposition deputy Maria Mercedes Aranguren who was replaced by her alternate, Carlos Flores, considered a "Chavista", a follower of the doctrine of late leader Hugo Chavez, and who is expected to vote for the presidential "enabling law."   AFP PHOTO/Leo RAMIREZ        (Photo credit should read LEO RAMIREZ/AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuela's National Assembly debates on a measure that would give Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro extraordinary powers over the economy following a controversial attempt to forcibly cut consumer prices, at the parliament in Caracas, on November 14, 2013. Maduro's United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) had been one lawmaker short of the votes needed in the National Assembly to pass the measure, which needs a three-fifths majority. The party got the requisite 99th vote on November 13 by ousting opposition deputy Maria Mercedes Aranguren who was replaced by her alternate, Carlos Flores, considered a "Chavista", a follower of the doctrine of late leader Hugo Chavez, and who is expected to vote for the presidential "enabling law."   AFP PHOTO/Leo RAMIREZ        (Photo credit should read LEO RAMIREZ/AFP/Getty Images)

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La reacción de la oposición en Venezuela a la sentencia del TSJ

El abogado constitucionalista, José Vicente Haro, explica la constitucionalidad del dictamen del Tribunal Supremo de Justicia que presenta limitaciones a la inmunidad parlamentaria.