´Respect popular vote,´Bogotá Mayor Gustavo Petro argues in The New York Times


(Photo: David Hogben) Marchers have flooded Bogotá´s streets in three demonstrations of solidarity with the threatened mayor since his ouster was announced by Colombian Inspector General Alejandro Ordóñez.

(Photo: David Hogben) Marchers have flooded Bogotá´s streets in three demonstrations of solidarity with the threatened mayor since his ouster was announced by Colombian Inspector General Alejandro Ordóñez.

´Respect popular vote,´Bogotá Mayor Gustavo Petro argues in The New York Times

Bogotá Mayor Gustavo Petro takes his case against arbitrary removal to the American public in New York Times op-ed.

For more information, please read: http://davidhogben.com/2013/12/23/embattled-bogota-mayor-gustavo-petro-finds-ally-in-battle-against-dismissal/

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Recently retired newspaper reporter with one foot in British Columbia, Canada, the other in Colombia, South America. Fascinated with Colombian culture, Canadian connections, and heroic efforts to return millions of displaced Colombians to lands stolen by paramilitaries, guerrillas and organized crime.

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