Power Rivalries Put Pressure On Colombia’s Peace Treaty

By U Cast Studios
March 8, 2021

Power Rivalries Put Pressure On Colombias Peace Treaty
Image Courtesy Of Chatham House

The creation of the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP in Spanish) as part of the 2016 Peace Treaty between the Colombian State and the guerrilla group FARC has seen its work much criticized over claims from certain powerful factions that it has a hidden agenda to free former FARC leaders.

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The entire article was written by Mariano Aguirre.

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