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Venezuelan VP arrives to discuss law against fascism in parliament

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Venezuela's Executive Vice President Delcy Rodriguez arrives at parliament in Caracas to discuss a law against fascism proposed by President Nicolas Maduro. Several other ministers and authorities are attending the parliamentary session, including Parliament President, Jorge Rodriguez, and Vice President and Minister of Defense, Vladimir Padrino. IMAGES

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