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CARACAS, Friday August 16, 2013 | Update
 
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Venezuelan president to request enabling law to fight against corruption

Venezuelan President, Nicolás Maduro will request an enabling law next Tuesday to the National Assembly

The enabling law is to establish “strict rules that work as pedagogic and punitive rules,” President Maduro remarked (TV screen capture)
EL UNIVERSAL
Friday August 16, 2013  03:06 PM
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro announced on Friday that he was to request an enabling law next Tuesday to the National Assembly to establish "strict rules that work as pedagogic and punitive rules" against corruption.

Maduro also remarked that new laws should also be drafted in order to permit funding of the political activity of both people and political parties.  It would be "a public funding system of the democratic and political activities of the citizens, and political parties and movements," he explained.
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