Uribe's uncertain Colombian legacy

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As Colombians prepare to elect a new leadership on Sunday, many are reflecting on their outgoing president Alvaro Uribe.

While some see him as a hero for routing rebel groups, restoring security and saving the economy throughout his eight years in office, others accuse Uribe of abusing his powers and running a corrupt government.

Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Bogota, Colombia's capital, on Uribe's legacy and mixed opinions on the leader.

[May 27, 2010]