Parliament led by the Venezuelan opposition trial of President Nicolas Maduro, who was scheduled to be held on Tuesday, has been delayed symbolic.
The spokesman said the National Assembly was the aim of the decision to ease the political crisis in the country.
As has been postponed opposition march on the presidential palace it was planned for Thursday.
President Maduro accused of violating the constitution, but MPs are trying to claim a “coup.”
The decision to postpone the trial in the wake of Vatican-sponsored talks between the two sides, and the release of three anti-government activists prison.
In last month’s referendum process, which seeks to remove Mr. Maduro suspended after the government said that the vote was meaningless.
Mr. Maduro dismissed the trial as invalid and pledged Participants in prison than any attempt to overthrow his government.
Rising tensions between the government and the opposition comes despite last week’s agreement to hold crisis talks.
And blamed the former leader of the bus driver and the Federation, Mr. Maduro by the opposition to the deteriorating economic situation in Venezuela. The country is facing the oil-rich food shortages on a large scale and rising inflation.
The opposition is trying to hold the referendum that would allow Mr. Maduro to be removed from office.
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