Rafael Antonio Ortega (left) and Jose Luis Rodriguez, are among 30 Venezuelan judges who fled the country after the legislature appointed them to the Supreme Court and drew the ire of President Nicolas Maduro. The two men, who are part of the “Supreme Court in exile” spoke on Thursday from Bogota, Colombia.
Rafael Antonio Ortega (left) and Jose Luis Rodriguez, are among 30 Venezuelan judges who fled the country after the legislature appointed them to the Supreme Court and drew the ire of President Nicolas Maduro. The two men, who are part of the “Supreme Court in exile” spoke on Thursday from Bogota, Colombia. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
Rafael Antonio Ortega (left) and Jose Luis Rodriguez, are among 30 Venezuelan judges who fled the country after the legislature appointed them to the Supreme Court and drew the ire of President Nicolas Maduro. The two men, who are part of the “Supreme Court in exile” spoke on Thursday from Bogota, Colombia. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

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