This week, Colombia's re-elected president, Alvaro Uribe, officially began his second term in office.
There has never been a more popular leader in Colombia's history than Uribe. Last year, he spearheaded a campaign to get the constitution amended to allow incumbent leaders to seek a second term. With his typical unfailing determination he succeeded, paving the way for his historic victory in May. ...
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