Venezuela: Elections Have Consequences

August 04, 2017 11:13 AM
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VENEZUELA: ELECTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES In Venezuela, the election chief is refuting a report that voter turnout numbers were "manipulated" and inflated by at least one million votes -following the controversial election last week for a new constitutional assembly. Spanish Service broadcaster Celia Mendoza in New York, and reporter Alvaro Algarra in Caracas talk about the tumult in Venezuela as the Maduro government pushes ahead with the new assembly to rewrite the country's constitution.