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Así fueron los momentos inesperados que se vivieron en la AN [+Fotos]

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La instalación de la nueva Asamblea Nacional estuvo lleno de escenas esperadas e inesperadas. Saludos, miradas, secreteos y algarabía fueron captados por los reporteros gráficos que volvieron a pisar la sede del parlamento.

Entre los momentos más polémicos se puede mencionar el saludo entre el presidente saliente de la AN, Diosdado Cabello, y el ahora proclamado, Henry Ramos Allup.

La llegada de Cilia Flores, acompañada de Cabello, también estuvo en el ojo de los fotografos, al igual que la disputa suscitada en la parte alta de la AN, entre los diputados Héctor Rodríguez, Julio Borges y Miguel Pizarro.

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Opposition supporters show placards that read "Amnesty Now!" during the installation of the new parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Opposition supporters show placards that read “Amnesty Now!” during the installation of the new parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

The new president of the Venezuelan parliament, deputy Henry Ramos Allup (C) arrives at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

The new president of the Venezuelan parliament, deputy Henry Ramos Allup (C) arrives at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Newly elected opposition deputy Julio Borges (C) and governement deputy Hector Rodriguez (L) argue during the new parliament's swearing-in ceremony in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Newly elected opposition deputy Julio Borges (C) and governement deputy Hector Rodriguez (L) argue during the new parliament’s swearing-in ceremony in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

An opposition deputy raises a placard that reads "We are 112" during the new parliamentaries' swearing-in ceremony in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

An opposition deputy raises a placard that reads “We are 112” during the new parliamentaries’ swearing-in ceremony in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Newly elected opposition deputy Julio Borges (C) and governement deputy Hector Rodriguez (2nd L) argue during the new parliament's swearing-in ceremony in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Newly elected opposition deputy Julio Borges (C) and governement deputy Hector Rodriguez (2nd L) argue during the new parliament’s swearing-in ceremony in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Newly elected opposition deputy Juan Requesens (C) argues with governement deputies during the new parliament's swearing-in ceremony in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Newly elected opposition deputy Juan Requesens (C) argues with governement deputies during the new parliament’s swearing-in ceremony in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Diosdado Cabello (C), outgoing president of the National Assembly, arrives accompanied by First Lady and deputy Cilia Flores at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Diosdado Cabello (C), outgoing president of the National Assembly, arrives accompanied by First Lady and deputy Cilia Flores at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Diosdado Cabello (back), outgoing president of the National Assembly and Venezuela's first lady, Cilia Flores talk at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Diosdado Cabello (back), outgoing president of the National Assembly and Venezuela’s first lady, Cilia Flores talk at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Diosdado Cabello (C), outgoing president of the National Assembly, accompanied by Venezuela's first lady, Cilia Flores (L), arrives at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Diosdado Cabello (C), outgoing president of the National Assembly, accompanied by Venezuela’s first lady, Cilia Flores (L), arrives at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Diosdado Cabello (L), outgoing president of the National Assembly, shakes hands with the new parliament president Henry Ramos Allup (R) at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

Diosdado Cabello (L), outgoing president of the National Assembly, shakes hands with the new parliament president Henry Ramos Allup (R) at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

The new president of the Venezuelan parliament, deputy Henry Ramos Allup (C) is greeted by other opposition lawmakers at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

The new president of the Venezuelan parliament, deputy Henry Ramos Allup (C) is greeted by other opposition lawmakers at the parliament in Caracas, on January 5, 2016. Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro ordered the security forces to ensure the swearing-in of a new opposition-dominated legislature passes off peacefully Tuesday, after calls for rallies raised fears of unrest. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO

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