Venezuela Vote A 'Success' According To Election Officials
Officials say more than eight million voters turned out to cast their votes
The head of the Venezuelan election commission described the polling day as a success -- despite an opposition boycott and the deaths of at least ten people in clashes between police and protesters. Voters were called on Sunday to choose members of an assembly to rewrite the constitution.
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- Mon 31 Jul 2017 05:06GMT