RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Reforms to continue with economic growth and advance in rights, an unprecedented polarization in Colombia and discontent due to unsatisfied social demands are among the challenges that whoever wins the Colombian presidential elections will face.
This situation is also framed within a challenge that is becoming more acute: the increase in violence and the dilemma that the next president will face: to sit down and negotiate with the armed groups and the guerrillas or to continue with the "peace with legality" approach that the current government has championed.
Added to this is the pressure to maintain . . .