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Colombians divided before heading to polls

By Emily Wright

Thirty-six million Colombians who are eligible to vote will head to the ballot box on Sunday to elect their next president. hese are the first presidential elections since the historic peace deal with the FARC. With the future of the peace deal at stake, it is one of the most pivotal elections in Colombia's history. Fittingly, it has divided the electorate more than any other election in decades, as centre-ground candidates are pushed aside. Emily Wright has this report from the capital Bogotá.

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