Colombia election: Ivan Duque may jeopardise FARC deal

Critics fear Duque will be little more than a puppet of a former president with a questionable past, but those in the business community welcome his economic policies.

    Colombians are heading to the polls on Sunday to choose their next president in a runoff vote.

    In the first of our two-part series, we profile conservative candidate Ivan Duque - who some fear could jeopardise the historic peace deal with FARC rebels.

    Al Jazeera’s Andy Gallacher reports from Bogota.


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