Rebels, drugs and corruption: Colombia’s realism is not so magical
Colombia appears to be a stable democracy with a sound economy. But FARC armed rebels occupy around a quarter of the country, drug production and trafficking are rife, and major landowners – some linked to paramilitaries and organised crime – control parliamentary seats. The on-going peace talks in Cuba with the Marxist fighters will be a major factor in presidential elections on May 25.
<em>Colombia is heading for presidential elections. President Juan Manuel Santos is expected to win but not secure enough votes to avoid a second round. He must deal with two candidates on his right, both of whom have t...
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