Venezuela's National Assembly approved two separate speakers in two separate votes Sunday after opposition lawmakers held their own vote when they were locked out of the parliament session.
The chaotic day left it unclear who would lead the National Assembly, with an official but disputed vote picking Luis Parra – who is backed by embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro – and opposition lawmakers re-electing self-declared interim president Juan Guaido as the leader of the body.
Parra won with the votes of the Socialist Party of President Maduro and defectors from the opposition coalition, reportedly receiving 84 votes.
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