Guerrillas that demobilize and surrender their weapons and hostages
will receive a financial reward and a plane ticket to France, he
reiterated Wednesday, just after the first demobilized guerrilla landed on the
other side of the Atlantic.
Uribe said the government would use the arrangements made for demobilized or caught guerrillas and spoke of a “humanitarian deal”. “if there is a humanitarian exchange, some will have to leave prison and others will be released from hostage captivity. In this case we would guarantee the freedom offered to the guerrilla,” the President said.
‘Isaza, the guerrilla that helped former politician Oscar Tulio Lizcano escape FARC caprivity, received US$400,000 and is now in Francewhere he will be granted a refugee status.