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Colombians during the National Strike protests

One Year After the National Strike in Colombia: How Does This Situation Affect the Politics of 2022?

On April 28, 2021, one of the most extensive and violent demonstrations in the recent history of the Andean country began. In addition to the social and economic crisis that it triggered, the situation also marked a route plan for this year's presidential elections. We analyze how the National Strike has affected the presidential elections in Colombia

 

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Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President of the United Mexican States, during his morning conference

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Pedro Castillo, President of Peru

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