From the BBC:
Chavez is claiming the PSUV got 5,422,040 votes and the MUD had won 5,320.175. The MUD are claiming they won 52% of the vote. The National Electoral Council still hasn't given a breakdown of the results, which has to be a bit odd. Either way it was clearly very close and the opposition definitely would have won a lot more seats had Chavez not gerrymandered the constituencies.Venezuela's opposition is celebrating the results of Sunday's poll, in which it overturned President Hugo Chavez's two-thirds majority in parliament.
A spokesman for the opposition umbrella group, the Table for Democratic Unity (MUD), said he was "very happy".
Near-complete results show the MUD won 65, with Mr Chavez's United Socialist Party(PSUV) gaining 98.
It also now deprives Chavez of a two-thirds majority and with that weakens his ability to bring in more laws that weaken Venezuela's democracy.
Finally I have to say that I really admire the commitment, drive and will of many Venezuelans to stand up against tyranny. Many others would have given up by now, but they clearly haven't, even if the whole system is rigged against them.