Skeptical Voters Can Torpedo Colombia’s Bid to End ConflictBy
Many Colombians balk at the idea of kidnappers in Congress
Government says peace process is over if voters reject accord
President Juan Manuel Santos is asking Colombians to tolerate a lot that they find unpalatable -- to “swallow toads” as the local phrase goes -- in order to end five decades of conflict with Marxist rebels. Polls show many of them will refuse.
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