Colombia Could See Big Changes in Petro’s First 100 Days

Colombia Could See Big Changes in Petro’s First 100 Days
Colombian President Gustavo Petro gestures during his speech during his inauguration, in Bogota, Colombia, August 7, 2022 (Sipa photo by Chepa Beltran via AP Images).

The first 100 days of any administration should always be a moment for optimism. So, even if Colombia’s political system is doomed to hit gridlock later in his term, the country’s new president, Gustavo Petro, still has a few months to check a few agenda items off his list and start their implementation.

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