Incumbent President Juan Manuel Santos on Sunday was reelected by a margin of over 5% in the second round of Colombia’s elections, defeating hard-line opposition candidate Oscar Ivan Zuluaga.
According the national election authorities, Santos won 50.92% of the vote.
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