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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (R) speaks beside First lady Cilia Flores (R) and  Diosdado Cabello (L), a member of the Constituent Assembly, in Caracas on October 15, 2017, after Maduro's socialist government won a landslide 17 out of 23 states in Venezuela's regional elections, according to official results announced by the National Elections Council.
The opposition Democratic Union Roundtable (MUD) coalition, which earlier said the upcoming results were "suspicious", took only five of the states, according to the results. / AFP PHOTO / PRESIDENCIA / PRESIDENCIA / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE  / MANDATORY CREDIT:  "AFP PHOTO /  PRRSIDENCIA" / NO MARKETING / NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS /  DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS  ==        (Photo credit should read PRESIDENCIA/AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (R) speaks beside First lady Cilia Flores (R) and  Diosdado Cabello (L), a member of the Constituent Assembly, in Caracas on October 15, 2017, after Maduro's socialist government won a landslide 17 out of 23 states in Venezuela's regional elections, according to official results announced by the National Elections Council.
The opposition Democratic Union Roundtable (MUD) coalition, which earlier said the upcoming results were "suspicious", took only five of the states, according to the results. / AFP PHOTO / PRESIDENCIA / PRESIDENCIA / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE  / MANDATORY CREDIT:  "AFP PHOTO /  PRRSIDENCIA" / NO MARKETING / NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS /  DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS  ==        (Photo credit should read PRESIDENCIA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Maduro reafirma la apuesta por el petro

Nicolás Maduro anunció que el petro, la criptomoneda con la que el gobierno venezolano pretende evadir sanciones financieras internacionales, será activado este mismo mes. Recientemente, Maduro aseguró que aprobó destinar más de 5.000 millones de barriles de petróleo como respaldo para la criptodivisa.

Maduro reafirma la apuesta por el petro

Nicolás Maduro anunció que el petro, la criptomoneda con la que el gobierno venezolano pretende evadir sanciones financieras internacionales, será activado este mismo mes. Recientemente, Maduro aseguró que aprobó destinar más de 5.000 millones de barriles de petróleo como respaldo para la criptodivisa.