Unusual closing of the campaign without candidates in the Colombian presidential race

This unusual closure of the campaign in a public square for the second round is the best allegory of a lackluster and diluted race in which the candidates have resorted to social networks to proselytize, leaving aside the rallies and visits to the cities that characterized the first round played on May 29.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Colombia closed this Sunday an atypical presidential campaign in a public square with an unusual day in which there were no major events and in which the candidates for the ballot, Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernández, were absent from the contact with the electorate one week before the appointment with the polls.

Petro, candidate of the left-wing coalition Historical Pact, had planned to attend a meeting with families to practice traditional Colombian games in a town south of Bogotá, but he finally canceled his attendance and his campaign closure was diluted in a few . . .

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