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Gabriel Ángel is writer and guerrilla fighter of the FARC-EP
Sunday, 21 May 2017 00:00

The last rubbish to throw away

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A recent study recognized Henderson Island, 5,000 kilometers from Chile, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, as one of the most polluted sites on the planet. It accumulates, according to the report, the highest density of human origin rubbish, being plastics 99.8% of the residues found there.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017 00:00

Echoes of a revealing convention

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Colombian ex-president and current Senator Alvaro Uribe and his political part Centro Democrático [Democratic Center] have opposed the Colombian Peace Process and its Agreement with the FARC-EP since day one. This far right political force has gathered strength to a point in which their potential to reach the presidency in the 2018 elections is high, something that causes concern among those who push for Peace in Colombia.

Friday, 28 April 2017 00:00

The new party of the FARC, without monsters

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By: Gabriel Angel, FARC-EP

Several media outlets exclusively disclosed the Theses of Discussion for the founding Congress of the party in which we, the FARC, will transform ourselves into in the month of August.

Sunday, 16 April 2017 00:00

The ordeal of mothers of the FARC

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The Peace Agreement provided for the widest possible amnesty for FARC guerrillas in accordance with Geneva Protocols, which was implemented in detail in law 1820 of last year and with decree 277 of this year, consecrating at the same time the freedom for all our prisoners.

Monday, 31 October 2016 00:00

Portraits of Alfonso Cano I

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Victoria Sandino: To talk about Comrade Alfonso is to talk about love

In the morning of Wednesday the 28th, before heading for Havana, Father Carlos, a Jesuit, director of Villa Claver, the spiritual retreat house where we were staying on our trip to Cartagena, asked all present FARC delegates to gather in order to take a picture. With him and all the staff that works at the house.

And so the Havana Final Agreement was signed, this time in earnest, with no possibility for either of the parties to back down. It is final, and, above opponents of all sizes, nothing can stop the effects of the agreement. The armed struggle of the FARC is over, henceforth our only weapon is the word, said Timo with energy. And so it will.

Today we went to the Embassy of the Republic of Colombia in Havana. When walking through the door I could not help but to remember my international law teacher at the National University. By a fiction of law, the headquarters of embassies are considered part of the national territory, thus having inviolability status. I told myself that I was in Colombia, and so it was.

Thursday, 11 August 2016 00:00

The silences of the real enemies of peace

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From the darkest of caves, violent attacks emerge against the possibility of reaching the end of the armed conflict in Colombia, that is, from violence in rural and urban areas, from piles of corpses, from the wounded and mutilated, the murdered by paramilitarism, the dispossessed of their land, the forcibly displaced persons, the prisoners, the disappeared, the exiled and the threatened. It's incredible, but the shouting of those opposed to peace are deafening.

Tuesday, 19 July 2016 00:00

Nobody sees what they don’t want to see

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Perhaps for some sectors of the left, what has been more difficult to understand about the current peace process in Havana and the signed agreements, is related to the agreement on justice and abandonment of arms. The hue and cry is, on one hand; how can a guerrilla movement such as the FARC accept for their actions to be judged by a court, and on the other, how can it agree, just like that, on the abandonment of arms?