1) Though his coalition lost seats, President Santos keeps a divided and fragile majority coalition in Congress. [...]
2) Colombia's party system is divided and weak. No party received over 20% of the vote and the four top parties combined received less than 60%. [...]
3) For those trying to identify or map a left-right divide, Colombia is tough. [...]
4) A good portion of Colombia's population is against the system as a whole. Voter turnout was around 42%. [...]
5) A more secure Colombia. The country did not face any major attacks or even significant threats during election day. It was a peaceful day of voting, a solid change from elections past and a sign of success and hope for the government's security policies (including the ongoing peace process). [...]
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