FILE--Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro smiles as he shows his finger stain in ink after casting his ballot at a poll station during the ruling party's primaries in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, June 28, 2015.
FILE--Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro smiles as he shows his finger stain in ink after casting his ballot at a poll station during the ruling party's primaries in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, June 28, 2015. Ariana Cubillos AP
FILE--Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro smiles as he shows his finger stain in ink after casting his ballot at a poll station during the ruling party's primaries in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, June 28, 2015. Ariana Cubillos AP

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