Court extends parliament Venezuela side
The supreme court in Venezuela, the parliament pushed aside and the tasks taken over.
The judges in Thursday’s published statement that the parliament bad interacts and rules his boot lapt, reported local media. The opposition called the decision the establishment of a dictatorship.
The parliament is dominated by opponents of president Nicolás Maduro. The supreme court has previously, in rulings consistently behind Maduro rallied. The decisions of the parliament are blocked and tasks are drawn. Judges also have to avoid a referendum on the removal of Maduro.
Maduro followed in 2013, the late left-wing populist Hugo Chávez. Maduro’s destitute regime is staggering, especially since the opposition in 2015 two-thirds of the seats in the parliament won.