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Why Colombia Said No to Peace

On Sunday, Colombian voters shocked the world by voting against a peace agreement between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), an immense setback for the administration of President Juan Manuel Santos that left the country’s future in limbo. Santo said a cease-fire with the FARC would remain in place, and that he would “convene all political groups.
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