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He is vowing to end Colombia’s dependence on oil exports and raise taxes on vast swathes of unproductive land in the hope of boosting agricultural production.
Critics have warned his rise could push Colombia dangerously toward the left and rattle markets.
With almost all quick-count results in, Ivan Duque was leading with 39% of the ballots cast, short of the 50% threshold needed to avoid a June run-off.
One-time rebel and ex-Bogota mayor Gustavo Petro trailed in second place with 25%, edging out former Medellin mayor Sergio Fajardo, who garnered nearly 24%.
Mr Petro supports the accord and has galvanised youth voters angered by deeply entrenched corruption and income inequality.The site’s tagline, “find God’s match for you,” has drawn controversy from some segments of the Christian community for seeming to imply divine power.2.Coffee Meets Bagel Good things comes to those who wait.“The result was a sharp blow to traditional politics,” said Michael Shifter, president of the Inter-American Dialogue.“With a Duque/Petro run-off, Colombians will face a starker choice than in many years.” The election has sparked fears on both the left and right, with Mr Duque’s critics cautioning that his presidency would be tantamount to a constitutionally barred third term for Mr Uribe.