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31st May 2022 00:20Latin America, Daily Monitor

Gustavo Petro, the left-wing leader, clearly won the first round of Colombia’s presidential election.

He will face the former city mayor Rodolfo Hernández, who received the support of the defeated Fico.

This gives him the upper hand in next month's run- off, but even if Petro wins, Colombia will do well.

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