An opposition voter checks for her name in the voting roster with her identification card at a poll station in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, May 17, 2015. Venezuelans are voting to select the opposition leaders who will run against the ruling socialist party’s candidates in upcoming legislative elections thought to be government critics’ first chance at an electoral victory in years.
An opposition voter checks for her name in the voting roster with her identification card at a poll station in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, May 17, 2015. Venezuelans are voting to select the opposition leaders who will run against the ruling socialist party’s candidates in upcoming legislative elections thought to be government critics’ first chance at an electoral victory in years. Fernando Llano AP
An opposition voter checks for her name in the voting roster with her identification card at a poll station in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, May 17, 2015. Venezuelans are voting to select the opposition leaders who will run against the ruling socialist party’s candidates in upcoming legislative elections thought to be government critics’ first chance at an electoral victory in years. Fernando Llano AP

Venezuela opposition claims healthy turnout in legislative primary

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