After Gustavo's victory, in several cities across Colombia, including the capital Bogotá, as well as in poorer provinces, local residents gathered in the central square with Gustavo's supporters to celebrate Gustavo Petro's election as President of Colombia by ending colombia's right-wing rule.
Gustavo was also the first head of state of the Republic of Colombia not belonging to the conservative-liberal faction in the more than 200 years since its independence.
In Bogotá, although it rained, it did not dampen the support of Bogotá residents for Gustavo Petro.
Carrying the Colombian flag aloft, they marched from all sides of the city to Plaza de Bolivar in the center of Bogotá. There, they celebrated gustavo's election and celebrated victory on behalf of Colombia.
So far, President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela, President Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua, President of Cuba Sidias Canel, President of Bolivia "Luccio" Arce, President Alberto Fernández of Argentina, President Pedro Castillo of Peru, President Manuel López of Mexico, President Gabriel Boric of Chile, Laurentino Cortiso of Barnac President Ma, President Guillermo Ranso of Ecuador, President of Brazil and former President of Brazil Lula Lopez. Da Silva congratulated Gustavo on his election as President of Colombia.
In addition, Corbyn, the former leader of the British Labour Party, also congratulated Gustavo.