The High Cost of Colombia's Health Reform

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Congress of Colombia
Colombia's health reform, despite noble intentions, risks fiscal instability with a projected $234.7 million increase in costs, challenging conservative views…

Conservative Health Care Policies are a Sustainable Path Forward in Colombia

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Álvaro Uribe and Gustavo Petro
The ongoing debate over health care reform in Colombia, as seen in the recent meeting between President Gustavo Petro and former President Álvaro Uribe,…

Do Polls Really Work? Unraveling the Complexities of Modern Political Forecasting

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Graphics on iPad
Polls are valuable tools for understanding public sentiment and guiding campaign strategies. They provide a snapshot of public opinion at a given moment and…

Neither silence nor oblivion

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Woman making silence sign
Remaining silent and not legally reporting sexual abuse out of fear does not prevent it from happening, and worse, it increases sexual violence.

Latin America is waking up

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Protests in Santiago, Chile.
In this new year in the Latin American region, countries like Peru, Colombia, and Chile are waking up from the mental lethargy exerted by oppression.

We need appropriation of entertainment and art

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Person watching a painting in a museum.
Recreation and use of free time have become a difficult luxury to acquire and free tickets are not used as they should .

Colombia: Accessing higher education is not an easy task for deaf people

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Students attending a university class.
The inclusion as a guarantee of fundamental rights of the deaf population in Colombia is nothing more than a utopia for the majority.

Where is the quality of life for young people?

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Young man lying behind study books.
That impoverished mentality that tells us that winning the exact thing for the needs or sometimes less, is still perpetuating, is fine

World Democracy Day: Colombia, on the verge of becoming a regime

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Nariño Palace in Bogotá.
Can we seriously consider a country in which political leaders die, more corruption scandals are uncovered and media outlets censored, like a true democracy?

Latin America must listen to the people of Hong Kong’s message regarding extradition

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A worker cleans up outside the Legislative Council, a day after protesters broke into the building in Hong Kong.
If most of the Constitutions of Latin American countries formerly explicitly prohibited the extradition of nationals and changes were made based on a…

No more politicized media!

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No more politicized media!
For media not to censor, it is necessary to detach from any relationship with public leadership

Colombia: State institutions must ensure their credibility

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Colombia: State institutions must ensure their credibility
Recent decisions by some Colombian institutions have generated a confrontation that threatens their own stability
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