100 Days of Duque
Updated: Jun 8
Although President Iván Duque has presented a legislative agenda equal to that of his predecessors, the perception of his ability to manage Congress has been affected by the Executive's refusal to use the public budget as a bargaining chip to obtain the support of the Congress (marmalade). The first one hundred days of President Duque ratify the uncertainties about the governability that he will have during his four-year term, both in his relationship with Congress his influence on public opinion and in the relationship with the new expressions of social demands. This document seeks to show the most important data of the president's management to date and analyze governance towards the future around three axes: legislative agenda, public opinion's assessment of the government’s management and social unrest.