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(L-R) Venezuelan senior opposition leader Henrique Capriles, the leader of the opposition-controlled legislature, Julio Borges, and the legislature's first vice-president Freddy Guevara listen to dismissed chief prosecutor Luisa Ortega (out of frame), during the "In Defence of Democracy Forum" held by the opposition in Caracas on August 6, 2017 a day after a new assembly with supreme powers and loyal to President Nicolas Maduro started functioning and fired Ortega.
Ortega has been a thorn in Maduro's side for months, breaking ranks with him over the legality of the Constituent Assembly, which was elected last week in a vote marred by violence and fraud allegations. She refused to recognize her sacking, or the assembly's swearing in of Tarek William Saab, the national ombudsman, in her place.
 / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA        (Photo credit should read FEDERICO PARRA/AFP/Getty Images)
(L-R) Venezuelan senior opposition leader Henrique Capriles, the leader of the opposition-controlled legislature, Julio Borges, and the legislature's first vice-president Freddy Guevara listen to dismissed chief prosecutor Luisa Ortega (out of frame), during the "In Defence of Democracy Forum" held by the opposition in Caracas on August 6, 2017 a day after a new assembly with supreme powers and loyal to President Nicolas Maduro started functioning and fired Ortega.
Ortega has been a thorn in Maduro's side for months, breaking ranks with him over the legality of the Constituent Assembly, which was elected last week in a vote marred by violence and fraud allegations. She refused to recognize her sacking, or the assembly's swearing in of Tarek William Saab, the national ombudsman, in her place.
 / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA        (Photo credit should read FEDERICO PARRA/AFP/Getty Images)

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