The Colombian government is preparing to hold a vote to choose a new president for the country of 4.5 million people, but it’s not a normal election.
The country’s constitution does not allow the country’s top political body to elect its own president, and the current president is not eligible to run for re-election.
The election for the presidency will take place in early 2019, but many analysts say that would be too late to stop the political crisis that’s enveloping Colombia.
Colombia’s ruling elite is deeply unpopular, and it has not been able to find a political solution to the countrys economic woes, political instability and crime problems.
It also has a long history of authoritarianism, corruption and corruption-related scandals that have brought Colombia into the international spotlight.
The countrys most recent prime minister, former military ruler Oscar Rodriguez, resigned in late January after he admitted to accepting millions of dollars in bribes from the former president’s allies.
The allegations led to the resignation of President Juan Manuel Santos, who is also a candidate.
The Colombian president has been in power since 2008, but his term ends in 2022.
Rodriguez, who was a close confidant of Santos, had served as prime minister since 2006 and was seen as a strong contender for the position.
The Colombian electoral commission announced the election for a national assembly on Monday.
The assembly is made up of representatives from the opposition parties and will choose the country s prime minister.
The president is the only person who can be re-elected, but there is no requirement for the opposition party to run as a candidate in the election.
There is also no requirement to run a presidential candidate.
It is up to the voters to decide.
The new president is expected to be a member of the ruling coalition, and he will likely have close ties to the ruling party.
The opposition, meanwhile, is likely to nominate a presidential contender who is not a member.
The two candidates are likely to be from the ruling National Liberation Front (ELN) and the Socialist Party.
The ELN is the main opposition party and was the first party to enter politics.
The Socialist Party was founded in 2005 and is considered the party of the opposition.
The governing party has yet to name a presidential nominee, and a decision could come as early as next week.