Venezuelan opposition raises concern of vote rigging

Venezuelans will vote in regional elections on Sunday.

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    Venezuelans will vote in regional elections on Sunday.

    But opposition parties are accusing the government of rigging the election.

    The government rejects these accusations.

    After months of violent anti-government protests, the poll is being seen as a test of President Nicolas Maduro's popularity.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Caracas.


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