Lo que usted no vio del lío con Henry Ramos Allup (Fotos)

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enero 05
/ 2016

El diputado Henry Ramos Allup fue el día de ayer hasta la sede administrativa de la AN a pedir un estado de cuenta, pero le negaron la entrada. Vea en estas imágenes lo que pasó:

Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro slap the vehicle of deputy Henry Ramos Allup, the elected president of the new parliament, in Caracas, on January 4, 2016. The new legislature will be inaugurated on January 5, ending the "revolution" launched in 1999 by late president Hugo Chavez in the oil-rich but troubled country. AFP PHOTO/RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

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Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro protest as deputy Henry Ramos Allup (not framed), the elected president of the new parliament arrives, in Caracas, on January 4, 2016. The new legislature will be inaugurated on January 5, ending the "revolution" launched in 1999 by late president Hugo Chavez in the oil-rich but troubled country. AFP PHOTO/RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

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Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro protest as deputy Henry Ramos Allup (not framed), the elected president of the new parliament arrives, in Caracas, on January 4, 2016. The new legislature will be inaugurated on January 5, ending the "revolution" launched in 1999 by late president Hugo Chavez in the oil-rich but troubled country. AFP PHOTO/RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

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The new president of the National Assembly, deputy Henry Ramos Allup (C) walks in front of the National Assembly after he was denied to enter his new office in Caracas, on January 4, 2016. A tense struggle for control of Venezuela's legislature threatens to come to a head at a swearing-in ceremony Tuesday as opposition lawmakers defy government efforts to weaken their majority.  AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

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The new president of the National Assembly, deputy Henry Ramos Allup (2nd-R) walks in front of the National Assembly after he was denied to enter his new office in Caracas, on January 4, 2016. A tense struggle for control of Venezuela's legislature threatens to come to a head at a swearing-in ceremony Tuesday as opposition lawmakers defy government efforts to weaken their majority.  AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

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The new president of the National Assembly, deputy Henry Ramos Allup (C) stands in front of the National Assembly after he was denied to enter his new office in Caracas, on January 4, 2016. A tense struggle for control of Venezuela's legislature threatens to come to a head at a swearing-in ceremony Tuesday as opposition lawmakers defy government efforts to weaken their majority.  AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

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Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro protest as deputy Henry Ramos Allup (not framed), the elected president of the new parliament arrives, in Caracas, on January 4, 2016. The new legislature will be inaugurated on January 5, ending the "revolution" launched in 1999 by late president Hugo Chavez in the oil-rich but troubled country. AFP PHOTO/RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

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Supporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro protest as deputy Henry Ramos Allup (not framed), the elected president of the new parliament arrives, in Caracas, on January 4, 2016. The new legislature will be inaugurated on January 5, ending the "revolution" launched in 1999 by late president Hugo Chavez in the oil-rich but troubled country. AFP PHOTO/RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

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The new president of the National Assembly, deputy Henry Ramos Allup (C) stands in front of the National Assembly after he was denied to enter his new office in Caracas, on January 4, 2016. A tense struggle for control of Venezuela's legislature threatens to come to a head at a swearing-in ceremony Tuesday as opposition lawmakers defy government efforts to weaken their majority.  AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

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