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Five Things To Know About Colombia’s Aug. 26 Anti-Corruption Vote

August 23, 2018

Less than two months after choosing a new president, Colombians are headed back to the polls. In a public consultation on Sunday, voters will be asked to weigh in on seven anti-corruption measures that, if approved, would spur sweeping changes to lawmakers’ pay, term limits, business activities, and more.

The stakes of Colombia’s anti-corruption referendum are high: the measures on the ballot aim to curb public and private graft that costs Colombia up to ...

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