By Sabrina Martín
(Opinion) Gustavo Petro accomplished his first 100 days as president of Colombia amid an unstable political and financial state of affairs by which the greenback had already reached historic highs below his younger administration.
With just a few weeks in workplace, there have already been opposition marches, calls for for tax reforms, and criticisms of controversial statements by ministers which have generated uncertainty within the enterprise world.
Whereas Petro considers that 100 days have been profitable, the Colombian opposition assures that it has been an embarrassing first quarter as a result of the leftist authorities has not stopped making errors as a result of . . .