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Thousands gathered outside of the Federal Legislative Palace in Caracas to show their backing for the 545 representatives. Eight million Venezuelans took part in the vote last Sunday, and the new ANC will set about the task of drafting a new constitution

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The newly-elected members of the National Constituent Assembly gather outside of the Federal Legislative Palace in Caracas after being sworn-in
The newly-elected members of the National Constituent Assembly gather outside of the Federal Legislative Palace in Caracas after being sworn-in Photo:teleSUR
The president of the National Constituent Assembly Delcy Rodriguez raises her fist in celebration after the ceremony
The president of the National Constituent Assembly Delcy Rodriguez raises her fist in celebration after the ceremony Photo:teleSUR
Thousands waited outside to show their support while the representatives took their seats
Thousands waited outside to show their support while the representatives took their seats Photo:teleSUR
A portrait of the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is carried into Federal Legislative Palace in Caracas
A portrait of the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is carried into Federal Legislative Palace in Caracas Photo:teleSUR
The crowds form outside the Legislative Palace in Caracas
The crowds form outside the Legislative Palace in Caracas Photo:teleSUR
Supporters of the National Constituent Assembly
Supporters of the National Constituent Assembly Photo:teleSUR
Supporters believe the Constituent Assembly will offer Venezuela
Supporters believe the Constituent Assembly will offer Venezuela's best chance to restore peace after months of unrest Photo:teleSUR
A variety of groups and interests has been voted into the Constituent Assembly in the July 30th election. Today
A variety of groups and interests has been voted into the Constituent Assembly in the July 30th election. Today's swearing in will see the establishment of a Truth Commission to investigate the root cause of the violence that has plagued Venezuela in recent months Photo:teleSUR
Newly elected President of the Constituent Assembly Delcy Rodriguez says, “The Venezuelan people will not turn their fate to a violent minority. We
Newly elected President of the Constituent Assembly Delcy Rodriguez says, “The Venezuelan people will not turn their fate to a violent minority. We've come to deepen our Constitution” Photo:teleSUR
The 545 members of the Constituent Assembly were selected from 6,120 candidates. They will begin working on drafting a new constitution f
The 545 members of the Constituent Assembly were selected from 6,120 candidates. They will begin working on drafting a new constitution f Photo:teleSUR
Peace is on the minds of many Venezuelans. This man has his beard braided to form the word "Paz," which means Peace in Spanish
Peace is on the minds of many Venezuelans. This man has his beard braided to form the word "Paz," which means Peace in Spanish Photo:teleSUR
The crowds supporting the Constituent Assembly filled the streets surrounding the Legislative Palace
The crowds supporting the Constituent Assembly filled the streets surrounding the Legislative Palace Photo:teleSUR
The crowds supporting the Constituent Assembly are as diverse as their elected membership
The crowds supporting the Constituent Assembly are as diverse as their elected membership Photo:teleSUR
Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro says Maduro said the Constituent Assembly will bring peace and unity back to the country.
Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro says Maduro said the Constituent Assembly will bring peace and unity back to the country. Photo:teleSUR
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