Francia Márquez, Gustavo Petro’s vice-president, does not hide her desire to impose in Colombia the Castro model, which has caused misery and death in Cuba.
At the same time, as the Cuban rulers, she surrounds herself with luxury and opulence.
In a visit he made a few days ago to Cuba for the Book Fair in Havana, Marquez praised the Castro system and confessed that this is what he wants for his country:
“I believe that the experience you have had in the health system, getting the best Cuban doctors trained in Cuba, is part of the . . .