Colombia’s 2014 congressional elections were marked by not only a relatively peaceful day of voting, but by a high number of blank and invalid votes.
The Caribbean town of Soledad, sadly dubbed Colombia’s “election fraud capital,” took to the polls on Sunday, but under strict supervision from electoral observers in an attempt to end the Full Article »
After securing over 2,000,000 votes in Colombia’s congressional election, former president Alvaro Uribe stressed the work for his newly found party is only beginning.
The coalition of parties supporting the re-election of Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos took an electoral beating on Sunday night, maintaining a majority, but taking losses to the Conservatives and Full Article »
Former President Alvaro Uribe is the big winner of Colombia’s congressional election. The former head of state was the first to have a congressional seat secured and his new party Full Article »
As polling stations of Colombia’s 2014 congressional elections close their doors, the country’s Electoral Observation Mission (MOE) reports 858 irregularities and cases of electoral fraud until 3 PM.
Colombia elected a new Congress on Sunday. Less than three percent of the votes are still being counted. The following graphs show the preliminary results for both the Senate and Full Article »
Voting in Colombia’s congressional elections ended at 4 PM local time amid numerous reports of electoral irregularities by independent and government authorities.
With only a few reported rebel attacks, less than 20 arrests and little more than 160 fraud allegations, Colombia’s congressional elections that began at 8AM this morning are proceeding in Full Article »