In the interview with Noticias Uno Medina said government officials had offered her favors, she never received after the vote.During the vote on June 2, 2004, Medina suddenly stopped her opposition against the immediate presidential re-election Uribe and voted in favor. Because of her change of mind and the strange absence of another opposing member of the House, Teodolindo Avendaño, the bill was able to pass through the House with 18 votes in favor and 16 against.Police officers have started a search for the former Congresswoman in both Bucaramanga and Bogotá.
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