By Sabrina Martin
The president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, has taken a new step to be even more like the late Hugo Chávez: despite having affirmed in his presidential campaign that he would not promote expropriations, this week he ordered the application of a law that would allow expropriations to be carried out in that country.
The director of the National Risk Management Unit, Javier Prava, was in charge of announcing . . .