Sep 25, 2015

Statement on the Transitional Justice Agreement between the Colombian Government and the FARC - International Crisis Group

REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini The agreement on transitional justice reached by the government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), and publicly announced yesterday in Havana is a major breakthrough in the four-year peace talks. In effect, it anticipates the termination of the 51-year armed conflict. In an unprecedented personal meeting, President Juan Manual Santos...

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