Venezuela judiciary complicit in rights abuses: UN report

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A UN report says Venezuela’s judges and prosecutors are not upholding the law – and are being used as tools of state repression.

Investigators say justice officials are playing a significant role in serious violations and crimes against opponents of the government.

Al Jazeera’s Lucia Newman reports.

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