Venezuela court strikes down Maduro 'liability" for crisis

Venezuelan lawmakers in the opposition-controlled National Assembly had voted to ask state attorneys to investigate President Nicolas MaduroVenezuela’s highest court struck down a motion by lawmakers that held President Nicolas Maduro liable for the country’s political and economic crisis. Lawmakers in the opposition-controlled National Assembly voted to ask state attorneys on Tuesday to investigate Maduro with a view to prosecution. The lawmakers had wanted to relaunch efforts to drive Maduro from power after negotiations to ease the crisis stalled.

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