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PARLIAMENT | Special powers

Venezuelan Parliament opens session to discuss Enabling Law

Assistant Deputy Carlos Flores is to replace Deputy María Aranguren after revocation of parliamentary immunity

The Enabling Law was requested by President Nicolás Maduro back in October (TV)
EL UNIVERSAL
Thursday November 14, 2013  03:52 PM
Legislators began on Thursday the regular plenary session to discuss the draft Enabling Law submitted by Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro in October and aimed at fighting corruption and the so-called "economic war of the right wing."

Under Article 203 of the Venezuelan Constitution, three fifths (99) of the votes of the total number of legislators are necessary for the instrument to be approved in Parliament.

The opposition has stated that the revocation of opposition Deputy María Aranguren's parliamentary immunity last Tuesday responded to the Government's need to find legislator 99, said to be Aranguren's Assistant Deputy Carlos Flores.

Translated by Jhean Cabrera
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