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Footnotes

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Rodolfo Hernández Suárez
Rodolfo Hernandez Suarez.jpg
Senator-elect of Colombia [lower-alpha 1]
Assuming office
20 July 2022
Political offices
Preceded by
Luis Francisco Bohórquez
Mayor of Bucaramanga
2016–2019
Succeeded by
Juan Carlos Cárdenas Rey
Party political offices
New political alliance LIGA nominee for President of Colombia
2022
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