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The speaker of Parliament of Venezuela, was hospitalized with acute pneumonia

The speaker of the national Assembly of Venezuela Luis Parra hospitalized with acute pneumonia, said the member of Parliament josé Brito.

"The condition deteriorated yesterday and he was urgently hospitalized, the expected results, the PCR test COVID-19", - said the Deputy in an interview with radio Union.

In Venezuela, parliamentary elections will be held on the sixth of December

The Chairman of the National electoral Council of Venezuela Indira Alfonso announced that the election of deputies to the National Assembly on 6 December.

"The act of voting will be held on December 6, 2020," she said in a speech broadcast by the channel teleSUR.

In Venezuela, called the date of parliamentary elections

Parliamentary elections in Venezuela will take place in December, said the head of the electoral Council of the country Indira Alfonso Izagirre.

"In December, Venezuelans will elect by 277 parliamentarians that 66% of MPs more... It's time to choose," she said, speaking on state television VTV.

Caracas thanked Moscow for assistance in establishing internal dialogue

Caracas is grateful to Moscow for help in establishing the political dialogue, said foreign Minister of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza.

In mid-June, the Venezuelan government confirmed the intention to hold elections under the control of the opposition in the National Assembly this year, without identifying the specific date of the vote. For 2021 elections of state governors in the country.

Pompeo praised the decision by a Venezuelan court in the displacement of Guido

U.S. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo called fictive decision of the Supreme court of Venezuela recognized the legitimacy of the ousting of opposition leader Juan Guido from the post of speaker of Parliament.

The constitutional chamber of the Supreme court of Venezuela, TSJ has recognised a legally valid management team of the new National Assembly, elected by the deputies in January in 2020-2021 years