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President Nicolás Maduro has never been weaker, but if the opposition doesn't agree soon they may miss their opportunity to regain power.
Tuesday's heated inauguration of the first opposition-controlled Congress in Venezuela since President Hugo Chávez took office in 1999 suggested tense times ahead as the country's economy struggles.
The country's lame duck legislature voted to appoint 13 new judges to the court just days before the Chavista movement started by Hugo Chávez loses control of the legislature for the first time in 17 years.
Sunday's stunning opposition victory in legislative elections has left Venezuela wondering what next, now that the ruling socialist party is no longer in near total control.
The election marks the first time that the ruling socialist party has lost control of the legislature since Hugo Chávez took power nearly 17 years ago.
Sunday's legislative election is a key test for both President Maduro and the ruling party's 16-year hold on power that has never faced as strong a challenge before.
While the opposition has accused the ruling Socialist Party of involvement in the shooting of Luis Manuel Diaz on Wednesday, President Maduro has said the murder was an underworld settling of scores and warned of an anti-Venezuelan conspiracy.
'Winter Is Going to Be Tough': Cold Weather Is Closing in on Thousands of Migrants Trekking into Europe
Thousands of migrants face long journeys in the mud, rain and wind as cold weather fronts close in on the Balkans and Central Europe, catching travelers by surprise.
Because of the agility required, many of the collectors are children.