Colombia’s controversial Inspector General Alejandro Ordoñez claims he would rather resign before granting impunity to FARC members if peace talks result in the group’s demobilization.
The criminalization of parts of Colombia’s largest rebel group, the FARC, is “almost inevitable” after a possible peace deal with the Colombian government, according to a new report by the Full Article »
Colombia will redistribute farmland of some 11,500 square miles – an area larger than the state of Massachusetts – as part of an eventual peace deal with the country’s largest Full Article »
The negotiation teams of Colombia’s government and rebel group FARC have separated and are independently studying peace proposals, reportedly to speed up ongoing peace talks.
Colombia’s largest rebel group, the FARC, wants to finalize the agrarian reforms and move ahead with the peace talks with the government, rebel negotiator “Pablo Catatumbo” on Wednesday.
Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos said Tuesday “concrete agreements” on agrarian reform could be reached in the coming days at the ongoing peace talks between the government and the country’s Full Article »
Colombia’s top prosecutor said Wednesday that neo-paramilitary groups are seeking to undermine Colombia’s peace talks with rebel group FARC, which is why they are threatening journalists and conflict investigators.
Peace talks between Colombia’s government and the country’s largest rebel group, the FARC, will either end successfully or be terminated before the end of the year, the country’s peace commissioner Full Article »