The Colombian right has done everything in its power to undermine Gustavo Petro. That hasn’t stopped the nation’s first leftist president from achieving ambitious reforms for Colombia’s poor and working class.
Petro’s inaugural year was characterized by guaranteeing free higher education, agrarian reform, reopening of relations with Venezuela, and an attempt to reform health care, labor regulations, and pensions.
The Pacto Histórico: a one-of-a kind alliance. It was a unique coalition, not a mere alliance among political parties, but also including social movements from a broad range of the ideological spectrum. And the "Nobodies" won. Here's how