Venezuela’s newly-elected Constituent Assembly will be a “place for dialogue,” President Nicolas Maduro pledged after a Sunday vote marred by violence and boycotted by the opposition. The leader stated he is still ready to talk to those “who want peace.”
Maduro noted during an event on Sunday, aired on Venezuela de Television, that the 545-seat Constituent Assembly, which will have the power to draft a new constitution, has legal powers to “deprive the parliamentary immunity of those who should be deprived of it.”
The leftist president said he still “calls for a national dialogue, but only with a good Venezuela that wants peace,” Tass reported.
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