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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (L) delivers a speech next to Vice-President Tareck El Aissami during a rally on May Day in Caracas, on May 1, 2017.
Security forces in Venezuela fired tear gas to drive back protesters Monday as pro- and anti-government May Day rallies erupted exactly one month into a wave of deadly political unrest. Officers clashed with some 300 protesters, some throwing stones, who tried to break through security barriers to the electoral council headquarters in central Caracas.
 / AFP PHOTO / Carlos BECERRA        (Photo credit should read CARLOS BECERRA/AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (L) delivers a speech next to Vice-President Tareck El Aissami during a rally on May Day in Caracas, on May 1, 2017.
Security forces in Venezuela fired tear gas to drive back protesters Monday as pro- and anti-government May Day rallies erupted exactly one month into a wave of deadly political unrest. Officers clashed with some 300 protesters, some throwing stones, who tried to break through security barriers to the electoral council headquarters in central Caracas.
 / AFP PHOTO / Carlos BECERRA        (Photo credit should read CARLOS BECERRA/AFP/Getty Images)

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La exmagistrada del TSJ de Venezuela Blanca Rosa Mármol dice que a Maduro "no le quedó más remedio" que convocar a la Constituyente tras más de un mes de protestas, que "tuvo que escoger entre la lealtad al extinto presidente Chávez y su supervivencia" y que se trata de "poner el comunismo en la Constitución venezolana".

Exmagistrada del TSJ: Constituyente de Maduro no es otra cosa que el Plan de la Patria

La exmagistrada del TSJ de Venezuela Blanca Rosa Mármol dice que a Maduro "no le quedó más remedio" que convocar a la Constituyente tras más de un mes de protestas, que "tuvo que escoger entre la lealtad al extinto presidente Chávez y su supervivencia" y que se trata de "poner el comunismo en la Constitución venezolana".