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Mockus: Smoked

The count is in for the first round of Colombia’s presidential election, and Mockus didn’t do nearly as well as his earlier popularity might have suggested. Incumbent party candidate Manuel Santos smoked him, hauling in 46% of the vote to Mockus’ 21%. In order to win in a second round on June 20, Mockus will [...]
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Bringing on the nasty

Santos, the heir apparent to Uribe’s throne, is now in the fight of his life (that is, the only fight of his life, since he’s never run for public office before). So what does a former minister of defense do when he’s back on defense? Go on offense, of course. The Colombian media is reporting [...]
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Mockus running away with it

viagra in deutschland bestellen. This is almost ridiculous. According to the latest polls, Mockus leads Santos 38% to 29%, and in a runoff he would absolutely dominate, with 50% to Santos’ 37%. I think it might be time for ChA?vez to start squabbling with someone else, and for the rest of us to start wondering [...]
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Santos and Mockus tied

Folks, we have a race. According to the latest poll results alli buy in us. , Santos and Mockus are technically tied for first place, polling with 35% and 34% of the vote. Also? If the second round of the presidential election were between Santos and Mockus, the former mayor of BogotA? would win the [...]
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Mockus steps up

The race for president in Colombia just got interesting. The latest poll from the Centro Nacional de ConsultorAi??a gives the Mockus-Fajardo ticket 22% of the vote, slightly ahead of Conservative Party candidate NoemAi?? SanAi??n, who has 20%. Uribe successor Santos is, of course, all by himself in first place, with 37%, but he still lacks [...]
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Santos in the lead

A survey sponsored by prednisolone where sale in usa ca. El Tiempo buy pfizer viagra 50 mg. puts Juan Manuel Santos in the lead for Colombia’s May 30 presidential elections, with 34.1% of the vote. He’s followed up by Conservative candidate NoemAi?? SanAi??n, with 21.7% of the vote. As a buy abortion pills online. candidate [...]
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False positives documentary

Colombian journalist Felipe Zuleta has produced an excellent two-part documentary on the “False Positives” aciclovir for sale. scandal that rocked Colombia in 2008. Basically, it turned out the army was taking poor youths from Bogota’s slums and killing them to pump up their supposed FARC body counts. So, not so sildenafil 50 mg in uk. [...]
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The Magician

Here’s what Juan Manuel Santos doesn’t have: He’s never been elected to anything. He’s terrible at valaciclovir china. giving speeches. He didn’t join Uribe until relatively late in the game. So why is he the front-runner to succeed Uribe? What’s his secret? La Silla Vacia has published a long, interesting essay to answer that question. [...]
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