Engineering, economics and law are some of the professions that the presidential candidates of Colombia studied.
Within the diversity, 3 women (one Afro and one indigenous) and 21 men stand out, all from different cities, different currents and with different positions. Photo: LatinAmerican Post
LatinAmerican Post: Santiago Gómez Hernández
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The presidential race in Colombia is increasingly taking center stage. There are different options, coalitions, proposals, and approaches. Among the candidates are 3 women (one Afro and one indigenous) and 21 men, all from different cities, different ideological currents, and with different positions. But their professions or their studies are also very diverse.
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This was what the Colombian presidential candidates and pre-candidates studied.
It should be noted that in these elections, 2 candidates were born outside the country (Washington, USA and Santiago de Chile). There are 2 candidates from Córdoba, Cauca and Antioquia. While the others come from Caldas, Santander, Norte de Santander, Guajira, Nariño, Valle del Cauca, Boyacá, Tolima, Atlántico and Bogotá.