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Venezuela press and Muslim women in politics LIVE!

| 17:41 UK time, Monday, 28 May 2007

As Anu wrote earlier, Hugo Chavez has closed down RCTV, the most popular TV station in Venezuela. We'll be asking what this means for press freedom there.

And, Asma Abdol Hamid wants to be Denmark's first muslim MP. In the country that started the Prophet Mohammed cartoon controversy, Asma's headscarf has been compared to a Nazi symbol. She won't shake hands with men, but says she has gay friends and supports abortion rights. You can put your questions to her.

Post them here, or e-mail worldhaveyoursay@bbc.co.uk

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