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Colombia’s Presidential Elections – The “Golden Age” vs the “Anti-Establishment”
On May 27 Colombians will vote in the first round of presidential elections, clearing the way for two candidates to face-off in a second round in June and – should we trust the polls – the two front-runners look set … Continue reading
Posted in Journalism Tagged castro chavismo, chavismo, colombia politics, elections colombia, eln peace, farc peace, fragile peace colombia, German Vargas Lleras, Gustavo Petro, Humberto de la Calle, Ivan Duque, peace in colombia, presidential elections, russian interference in colombia, sergio fajardo, venezuela Leave a comment
Distractionary Tactics in Colombia’s Presidential Elections
What if, this “polarization” between candidates Gustavo Petro on the left and Ivan Duque on the right is nothing more than a distractionary tactic in Colombia’s presidential elections to favour former vice president German Vargas Lleras? Of course, I love … Continue reading
Posted in Colombia Calling, Journalism Tagged alvaro uribe, bagatelle rosales, Carlos Lleras Restrepo, centro democratico, Cesar Gaviria, Char, colombian elections, distractionary tactics in colombian's elections, familia char, farc peace agreement, German Vargas Lleras, Gustavo Petro, Humberto de la Calle, Ivan Duque, left vs right colombia, Liberal Party, Portillo Guatemala, president santos, presidential election colombia 2018, Rios Montt, sergio fajardo, U party, Viviane Morales Leave a comment
Consumer Rights in Colombia?
Sometimes I find myself wondering if the consumer will ever get the chance to have his or her voice heard in Colombia. Sure, my particular gripe at the moment is with the owner of a hardware store who is refusing … Continue reading