The Historic Pact presidential ticket, with Gustavo Petro and Francia Márquez, is favored to win the upcoming presidential elections on May 29, but the candidates have faced several threats to their lives
The progressive Historic Pact presidential ticket with Gustavo Petro and Francia Márquez is leading the voting intention for the upcoming presidential elections in Colombia on May 29. The duo has received various death threats since March
Today we look at the strike public school teachers in Australia, threats against Colombian presidential frontrunner Gustavo Petro, and more
In addition to the presidential candidate Gustavo Petro and the vice-presidential candidate Francia Márquez, 18 other political and social leaders, associated with the left-wing Historic Pact coalition, were also threatened
Francia Márquez was at the forefront of a struggle against illegal gold mining in La Toma and led a 10-day march to the Capitol Bogotá in 2014.
The Historic Pact presidential ticket with Gustavo Petro and Francia Márquez is favored to win the upcoming presidential elections in Colombia, according to latest opinion polls
Teachers mobilize demanding security and guarantees for lives and physical well-being of the teachers as well as social and trade union leaders
The far-right Aguilas Negras or Black Eagles threatened leaders and organizations that actively participated in last year’s student strike demanding higher budgetary allocation for education