Opinion: Colombia in the tunnel of anguish

"Some say that the scenario is very similar to our last election. It could be, although there are substantial differences," writes professor Ramiro Escobar.

By Ramiro Escobar

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As I write this column, in Gabriel García Márquez's country, things have become turbulent, delirious, and hallucinated. The few days remaining for the second presidential round, in which Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernandez face each other . . .

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