In addition, he said that the draft legislative act, which will create 16 Special Territorial Constituencies in places that have been victims of the conflict and characterized by conditions of inequality and extreme poverty, will be presented next week.
This previously mentioned Special Territorial Constituencies was something agreed between the FARC-EP and the Colombian Government in which 16 seats will be granted in Congress to representatives from the regions of Colombia that have been most affected by the armed conflict.
According to Estrada, these constituencies will serve not only to bring up in Congress issues such as the historical segregation of these regions, but also to force a renewal of the old political structures that have been perpetuated in the legislative branch of power.
"An important normative framework in general for the popular field of our country is outlined. Under the understanding that these normative frameworks are not enough ... if these are not accompanied by the corresponding social and popular support it will surely remain just in paper", concluded Estrada.