Alvaro Uribe
Nine reasons why Colombians are going on strike

Hundreds of thousands of Colombians are set to go on strike on Thursday November 21, here are the reasons why

Colombian defense minister’s resignation is a blow to impunity of the establishment

Colombian minister of defense Guillermo Botero resigned after an investigation revealed that at least eight children were killed in a bombing he had ordered in August

Will Álvaro Uribe finally pay for his crimes?

Today, ex-president Álvaro Uribe appeared before the Supreme Court while hundreds mobilized in support of the process against him and to demand he finally pay for his crimes

Over 180 Colombian organizations to take part in massive national strike on April 25

Colombians will mobilize in defense of peace and against the neoliberal policies of the right-wing government of president Iván Duque. The participating organizations are seeking compliance with peace agreements and an end to violence against social leaders, among other demands

Iván Duque objections to the JEP put Colombia’s peace process in jeopardy

Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) is one of the essential entities created through peace agreements between the Colombian government and the FARC in 2016, putting an end to a five-decade long armed conflict

Inside the neoliberal laboratory preparing for the theft of Venezuela’s economy

Among the academics pushing hard for regime change in Venezuela is Ricardo Hausmann, now an adviser to Juan Guaido, who has “already drafted a plan to rebuild the nation, from economy to energy.”

Thousands of Colombians march for life and peace

People across Colombia and in dozens of cities across the world mobilized on August 7 to show their rejection of the government of Ivan Duque who took office the same day

Nine massacred in the Catatumbo region in Colombia

A group of armed men opened fire on the peasants at the town center of El Tarra municipality

Colombia’s Uribe quits Senate in what may be bid to escape court probe

If his resignation is accepted, the former president, who is accused of influencing witnesses, will be investigated by the Attorney General instead of the Supreme Court which usually has jurisdiction over cases involving high-ranking public servants

Social movements prepare to mobilize as Ivan Duque wins Colombian presidential polls

He is a protege of former President Alvaro Uribe during whose term nearly 32,000 forced disappearances took place

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