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Venezuela's "very weak" judiciary undermines rules of law: jurists group

GENEVA (Reuters) – Venezuela’s judiciary is persecuting students, dissidents and independent judges while turning a blind eye to most crimes in a country with one of the world’s highest murder rates, an international human rights watchdog said on Thursday.

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