Gustavo Petro

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  1. Petro was a member of the guerrilla movement until its demobilization in 1990. It then became a political party (the M-19 Democratic Alliance), which Petro remained a part of until 1997.

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Gustavo Petro
Gustavo Petro Mayor of Bogota (cropped2).jpg
Petro in 2013
President-elect of Colombia
Assuming office
7 August 2022