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Venezuelan government mulls sending lawmakers back to opposition assembly

Reuters Monday, 16 September 2019
Venezuela's government said on Monday it was evaluating sending some of its lawmakers back to the opposition-controlled National Assembly, which President Nicolas Maduro has called an illegal institution, as part of new talks with one opposition faction.
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