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Teresa Bo is a Latin America correspondent for Al Jazeera English. A native Argentinian, she investigates the underside of Argentinian politics and has reported on political corruption and ballot stuffing. She has also carried out major investigations into the ‘war on drugs’ from Colombia, Bolivia and Peru.

Before joining Al Jazeera, Teresa Bo was based in Iraq and reported for BBC Spanish and CNN. She covered the US invasion and its aftermath, including the 2004 US Marine attack on the city of Fallujah. Teresa Bo has won two major awards in Spain for her Iraq coverage, including the prestigious Lara Prize for Best Journalist Under 30 years old.


🇻🇪#Elecciones| Voto Nacional

🔵Oposición: 4.429.137 (54.3%)
🔴Chavismo: 3.722.656 (45.7%)

Participacion 41.80% 8.151.793 votos. 1er Boletín del CNE

In Venezuela the Electoral council says the ruling socialist party won in 20 states. Partial results show the difference is less than a point in many governorships. One of the problems, as the results show, is the opposition was divided in many states. 👇🏼


🇻🇪#Venezuela| Así perdió la Oposición su principal bastión

🔴1 Chavista : 41%
🔵2 Opositores: 59%

People heading to the polls in Venezuela to elect Mayors and Governors. For the first time in 15 years the European Union is monitoring the election. We’ll be reporting from Caracas all day on the outcome and how this can help Venezuela recover from the crisis. @AJEnglish

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