Critics accuse Venezuelan supreme court of interfering in opposition party ahead of elections

8 July
Venezuelan flag (photo credit: pixabay)
Venezuelan flag (photo credit: pixabay)
Venezuela's pro-government supreme court on Tuesday ousted the leaders of opposition leader Juan Guaido's Popular Will political party, the latest in a series of interventions in opposition parties ahead of Dec. 6 legislative elections. Guaido - who invoked his position as congress' speaker to assume an interim presidency in early 2019, arguing President Nicolas Maduro rigged his re-election - has called on opposition parties to boycott the December vote due to expected tampering by the unpopular Maduro, who has overseen an economic collapse.
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