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The corridors and halls of Congress, deserted, silent and mysterious, yesterday evoked the glories of a past whose echoes resonate in their coffered ceilings. It is increasingly difficult to discern the limits between fiction and reality because everything that happened in the seat of national sovereignty seemed like a dream within a dream, a nightmare written by Kafka.

The courtyard of the Chamber has always been a meeting place, for groups between journalists and politicians, the scene of confidences between one another and an open space for smoking and relaxing. But yesterday the deputies entered the Chamber cloaked in their masks, without looking at anyone or stopping, fearful of a contagion that

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