In a surprise vote, Colombian voters rejected a monumental peace deal with the FARC rebels Sunday, with 50.2 percent voting against it. Continue reading ?
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Shock outcome, comparable to Britain’s decision to leave the European Union in the Brexit vote, opens an uncertain outlook for the peace accord that took four years to negotiate
COLOMBIANS REJECT PEACE DEAL: Polls projected a narrow victory for the peace agreement. The result was a narrow defeat. Former president Alvaro Uribe was against it. He argued rebel leaders would be treated too leniently.
Opponents of a landmark peace agreement between the Colombian government and the nation’s largest rebel group were headed to an upset victory in extremely close voting Sunday — an indication of how divided this nation is over terms ...
Colombian citizens head to the polls Sunday with a simple mandate: to approve or reject a peace deal brokered by the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. A "Yes" vote would end a 52-year conf...