Many voters remain undecided after campaign marked by death threats, scandals and preemptive fraud claims.
Alessandro Rampietti is a producer and correspondent in the Andean region for Al Jazeera English. A native Italian, he has covered the Colombian conf... lict, immigration in Europe, US politics, the Middle East peace process, indigenous populations and the global financial crisis. Before his current assignment, he worked at the broadcast centre in Washington, DC, reporting on the 2008 US elections and producing a series of documentaries across the country. Alessandro’s coverage of Haiti’s cholera crisis won an award from the New York Press club. He previously worked for national newspapers and television in Italy.
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