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The Venezuelan parliament passed a law against fascism for the first time

The National Assembly of Venezuela approved in the first hearing the government’s proposed draft law on the fight against fascism, neo-fascism and similar manifestations. ⠀ “The draft law against fascism, neo-fascism and similar manifestations was approved by a qualified majority

The National Assembly of Venezuela has given initial approval to the government’s proposed law aimed at combating fascism, neo-fascism, and similar movements.

“The draft law against fascism, neo-fascism and similar manifestations was approved by a qualified majority in the first hearing,”  the assembly’s blog post on the social network says.

Delcy Rodriguez, the Executive Vice President who introduced the proposed law, stated that it is a response to the openly fascist organizations and parties found in Venezuela over the past 25 years.overtly and openly fascist natureThe new law, consisting of four chapters and 30 articles, aims to maintain peaceful coexistence and tolerance in the face of fascist expressions that may emerge in the country.

The new law also prohibits organizations that promote or are based on fascist ideas, as outlined in the text document.The National Assembly of Venezuela has given initial approval to the government’s proposed law aimed at combating fascism, neo-fascism, and similar movements. The assembly’s blog post on social media confirmed the approval of the draft law in the first hearing by a qualified majority.” and also prohibits organizations promoting or based on the ideas of fascism, which are explained in the text document.

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