Colombia will hold its presidential election on May 29th as the Pacto Historico Party is expected to win the elections for the first time in the country’s history. However, the Colombian people will need from the winner of the elections to achieve the country’s security and to combat crime and drug trafficking. Ahead of the elections, the army has been deployed to patrol the streets of the capital Bogota, a city of 10 million people. Colombia’s National Police Director General Jorge Luis Vargas said “the Democracy Plan” established last year by public forces aimed at giving people their constitutional right to vote whoever they want. He commended Colombian public forces, saying they are extremely professional and ready to confront any threat against people’s security. A community worker accused the electoral judges of manipulating the electoral cards during the country’s last elections.