By Nehomar Hernandez*
(Opinion) It had been said that the election of Gustavo Petro as president of Colombia would generate dire consequences not only for that country, but for the entire region.
The presence of the former guerrilla in the Casa de Nariño opened the doors to the creation of a powerful territorial bloc integrated with the dictatorially governed Venezuela by Maduro, in order to accommodate any number of criminal activities in . . .