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En imágenes: los invitados internacionales de la juramentación de Maduro

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Cuba’s President Miguel Diaz-Canel (2nd L) walks upon arrival for the inauguration ceremony of Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro second mandate, at the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) in Caracas on January 10, 2019. – Maduro begins a new term that critics dismiss as illegitimate, with the economy in free fall and the country more isolated than ever. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)

Cuba’s President Miguel Diaz-Canel (C) waves upon arrival for the inauguration ceremony of Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro second mandate, at the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) in Caracas on January 10, 2019. – Maduro begins a new term that critics dismiss as illegitimate, with the economy in free fall and the country more isolated than ever. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)

Nicaragua’s President Daniel Ortega raises his fist upon arrival for the inauguration ceremony of Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro second mandate, at the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) in Caracas on January 10, 2019. – Maduro begins a new term that critics dismiss as illegitimate, with the economy in free fall and the country more isolated than ever. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)

Nicaragua’s President Daniel Ortega (C) greets members of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) upon arrival for the inauguration ceremony of Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro second mandate, at the TSJ headquarters in Caracas on January 10, 2019. – Maduro begins a new term that critics dismiss as illegitimate, with the economy in free fall and the country more isolated than ever. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)

El Salvador’s President Salvador Sanchez Ceren (L) smiles upon arrival for the inauguration ceremony of Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro second mandate, at the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) in Caracas on January 10, 2019. – Maduro begins a new term that critics dismiss as illegitimate, with the economy in free fall and the country more isolated than ever. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)

Bolivia’s Presidenrt Evo Morales waves upon arrival for the inauguration ceremony of Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro second mandate, at the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) in Caracas on January 10, 2019. – Maduro begins a new term that critics dismiss as illegitimate, with the economy in free fall and the country more isolated than ever. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)

CR01. CARACAS (VENEZUELA), 10/01/2019.- El presidente de la República de Abjasia, Raul Jadyimba, llega a la ceremonia investidura del presidente de Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, para un segundo período de gobierno que lo mantendrá en el poder hasta el año 2025, hoy jueves 10 de enero de 2019, en Caracas (Venezuela). Maduro tomó juramento ante el Tribunal Supremo de Justicia (TSJ), en Caracas, acompañado por otros seis jefes de Estado que fueron los únicos en asistir a este acto señalado por opositores y buena parte de la comunidad internacional como el inicio de la “usurpación” de la Presidencia de Venezuela. Tras seis años en el poder a Maduro lo cuestiona no solo la población, que durante su mandato ha visto cómo el país se ha sumido en la peor crisis económica de su historia, también gobiernos de América y Europa que han mostrado su preocupación por las condiciones en las que se encuentra Venezuela. EFE/Miguel Gutiérrez

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