Which of the following politics (if any) will not be the de facto president/PM of their corresponding country on Dec 31st, 2023?
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resolved Jan 1
0.1%
Joe Biden (USA)
0.1%
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Brazil)
0.1%
Andrés Manuel López Obrador (Mexico)
0.3%
Gustavo Petro (Colombia)
0.1%
Justin Trudeau (Canada)
0.8%
Dina Boluarte (Peru)
0.2%
Nicolás Maduro (Venezuela)
0.1%
Gabriel Boric (Chile)
98%
Guillermo Lasso (Ecuador)
0.1%
Luis Arce (Bolivia)
0.1%
None of the options listed

Considering the list of the 10 most populous countries in the Western hemisphere that will not hold regular presidential/general elections in 2023*, in which of them the de facto presidents/prime-ministers at the time this question was written will cease to exert power by the end of the year?

This market resolves equally between all politicians that are not in office any more on Dec 31st, 2023. This includes resignations, deaths, leaving office for health or personal matters, impeachments, votes of no-confidence and coups. Otherwise, it resolves as None of the options listed if all of the politicians listed are still in office by then.

*Argentina and Guatemala were not considered as they have regular presidential elections scheduled this year.

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You can resolve the market for Guillermo Lasso, his successor Daniel Noboa was inaugurated on November 23.

@BrunoParga unfortunately this is an old version of the multiple choice markets; I cannot resolve early any given option while letting the remaining options open

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