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April 18, 1992 | STAN YARBRO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
To Americans stunned by Washington Mayor Marion Barry's wrongdoing, the arrest of the mayor of the Colombian capital might seem unimpressive. But in its own way, the case represents a watershed for Colombians, who are accustomed to seeing certain politicians evade a range of charges--from vote-buying to drug-trafficking. Colombia's worst political scandal in recent years began here March 24, when a judge issued an arrest warrant for Bogota Mayor Juan Martin Caicedo.
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April 18, 1992 | STAN YARBRO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
To Americans stunned by Washington Mayor Marion Barry's wrongdoing, the arrest of the mayor of the Colombian capital might seem unimpressive. But in its own way, the case represents a watershed for Colombians, who are accustomed to seeing certain politicians evade a range of charges--from vote-buying to drug-trafficking. Colombia's worst political scandal in recent years began here March 24, when a judge issued an arrest warrant for Bogota Mayor Juan Martin Caicedo.
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July 8, 1991 | STAN YARBRO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Under Colombia's new constitution, this nation's capital suddenly returns to its traditional Spanish name, Santa Fe de Bogota. Election, divorce and extradition procedures are altered too. With 397 articles, the basic document detailing how Colombia governs itself is one of the world's longest constitutions--and some say the most unwieldy. But others insist that the constitution makes sense and is a key symbol of Colombia's push toward greater democracy.
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July 8, 1991 | STAN YARBRO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Under Colombia's new constitution, this nation's capital suddenly returns to its traditional Spanish name, Santa Fe de Bogota. Election, divorce and extradition procedures are altered too. With 397 articles, the basic document detailing how Colombia governs itself is one of the world's longest constitutions--and some say the most unwieldy. But others insist that the constitution makes sense and is a key symbol of Colombia's push toward greater democracy.
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