RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In politics, the time from the beginning of a newly elected president's term, when all his actions are well-received, to when he strikes his first blow is called the "honeymoon period."
The time may be longer or shorter. This is partly due to the wear and tear left by the outgoing president. Gustavo Petro began his phase even before he began to govern. His first steps and turn to the center have dissuaded many from the projected image.
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