6 (Prensa Latina) The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP) said today in Cuba that a Legal Framework for Peace in that South American nation must be a result of analysis and joint decisions.
In a statement read by the guerrilla delegation member Pablo Catatumbo, the FARC-EP alluded to the agreement with that objective that has been debated several months ago for many entities of the State powers of that South American country.
Conference Center in Havana, permanent venue of the dialogue, the insurgent team recalled the Constitutional Court has apparently hinted that it will rule on the agreement in late August.
The group recalled that in all cases, where transitional justice or legal frameworks have been applied as is intended in Colombia, the conflict overcame first and the winner applied its rules of the game with its government and its new jurisdictional apparatus.
However, the text added, they did not only officially declare in that South American nation that there is a conflict
between two parties with responsibilities for each of them, but the confrontation continues.
According to the FARC-EP, “that government’s unilateral initiative the Constitutional Court debates today will play no positive role in the peace process, in which the FARC-EP have been committed.
The delegations of the insurgency and the government continue today the talks started on November, in which Cuba and Norway act as guarantors and Venezuela and Chile as companions.
The agenda of the talks includes, in addition of the agricultural issues (already discussed) and political participation (under discussion), other aspects such as care for victims, the drug problem, and the end of armed conflict.