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Rodrigo Londoño: “The social conflict is still there”


INTERVIEW - Rodrigo Londoño, alias Tymoshenko, became the leader of Farc in 2011. Under his leadership, the guerrillas began negotiations with the Colombian state to reach peace agreements. Deputy of the Colombian Congress, he is today at the head of the Comunes party, heir...

LE FIGARO.- What is your assessment, five years after their signing, of the peace agreements between Farc and the Colombian State?

Rodrigo LONDOÑO.-

The path we have traveled has been through dialogue and consultation to find solutions to resolve the social and armed conflict that has affected Colombia since the 1960s. We have resolved the armed conflict.

The social conflict is still there.

But these five years have allowed us to make Colombians aware of the importance of this agreement and its application.

We are on the right track but many subjects are waiting for a concrete answer.

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Colombia struggles to heal the wounds of 50 years of civil war with the Farc

What is missing?

The application of this agreement must be integral.

Everything is connected.

The theme of the land which is fundamental in Colombia, its ownership, its use.

The subject of democracy and political participation.

The subject of illicit crops which by nature provoke violence.

The subject of reparations so that Colombians can reconcile.

We must…

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Source: lefigaro

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