Caracas, Venezuela( CNN) With the outcome not in question, a major vote in Venezuela on Sunday could recognize a stark turning point for the two countries.

President Nicolas Maduro has scheduled a poll that would allow him to replace the current legislative body, the National Assembly, with an entirely new establishment known as the Constituent Assembly.

Maduro’s foes control the National Assembly, holding 112 of the body’s 167 seats, and ought to have battling with him for political power since they won a majority of seats in December 2015. Before the recipients of those elections took office, Maduro stacked the country’s Supreme court with loyalists to avoided his own impeachment.