When asked how it would be if he were president the Colombian singer laughed and replied: “Nobody would vote for me.””The first thing I would do is negotiate with the guerrillas, carrying out land reform and try to balance the sharing of wealth,” he added. “Negotiations are difficult, but the government comes closer and closer to wanting negotiations. The government can’t eliminate the guerrillas and the guerrillas can’t stop the government,” he said, optimistic about achieving peace through talks in his home country.
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