Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Colombia Ratified The Constitutional Reform Allows Creation Of A Special War Crimes Court

Colombian Senate ratified late Monday on constitutional reform which allows the creation of special courts for war crimes, which is one of the main items in the historic peace agreement with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia guerrillas (FARC) to end five decades of war.


The announcement was made by Interior Minister Juan Fernando Cristo through his page on Twitter, which was in the Senate, the moment of voting.

And it signed a peace agreement on November 24 after four years of negotiations in Cuba, to end the conflict, the oldest in Latin America killed at least 260 people dead and resulted in more than 60 thousand missing and 6.9 million displaced.

Colombian Senate ratified late Monday on constitutional reform which allows the creation of special courts for war crimes, which is one of the main items in the historic peace agreement with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia guerrillas (FARC) to end five decades of war.

The announcement was made by Interior Minister Juan Fernando Cristo through his page on Twitter, which was in the Senate, the moment of voting.




And began, "the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia" (FARC), the most prominent rebel movements in this country, which was formed in 1964 after a rebellion carried out by the peasants, the beginning of March / March to hand over their weapons under United Nations auspices in the 26th District of Columbia, that process ends on May 29 at the latest, in application of the important points in the peace agreement signed with the Colombian government.

And it signed a peace agreement on November 24 after four years of negotiations in Cuba, to end the conflict, the oldest in Latin America killed at least 260 people dead and resulted in more than 60 thousand missing and 6.9 million displaced

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