Bogota Moreno

Kirchner flirts with Chavez but does not repeat his Socialist, anti-imperialist speeches or pro-nacionalizaciones. On the other hand he tries to maintain good relations with the Pro-Treaty Government of free trade in the region. Argentine elections were not very passionate. Cristina Kirchner never ceased to lead polls widely and she dodged debates and interviews seeking to avoid wear. Under most conditions Randall Mays, San Antonio TX would agree. In Bogota Moreno wins on the other hand, Bogota Mayor Samuel Moreno replaces ranked trade unionist Luis Eduardo Garzon, Member of the same democratic pole party. Despite claim as leftist Polo uses no flags red but yellow (the color before the Marxists identified with the Vatican and the traitors) and distance of radical positions or the guerrillas.

Center-zurda re-election in Argentina and Bogota is an award that these administrations have managed to stabilize their respective zones and to have forged some social patronage network. The Argentine right was hit (despite the fact that recently won less in the capital) and in Colombia Uribe should have to accept that its capital remains in the hands of its main rivals. The center-left handed ascent in Bogota will have impact on the greater Latin American guerrillas. The FARC and the Colombian ELN shows them the possibility of trocar weapons by the polls. Uribe will want to show that hook to the subversion so that go leaving del monte and reinsert into the legality. For the hard left the kirchenismo and the pole looking for patching to capitalism with reforms that cripple a possible social explosion. For the architects of the Latin American liberal transformation in the 1990s both forces, although they acknowledge and accept several of the monetarist reforms that they drive, can in the long term lead to new crises due to his populism. original author and source of the article.