This background brief provides a general overview of the relationship between the largest guerrilla group in Colombia, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (" Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia"FARC) and illicit drug production and trafficking. FARC's point of view on Political Participation Click to collapse Colombia has a nondemocratic political system marked by State terrorism.
A democratic opening means The FARC is the most dangerous terrorist organization that the country has continually fought for over four decades.
Drug trafficking, bombings, and political leader targeted attacks are the tactics used by this terrorist organization in hopes to gain political power.
Colombian Farc rebel leaders and government negotiators have agreed on a political future for the leftwing group should a peace deal be reached. At the ongoing talks in Cuba, both sides agreed on Against this extremely brief background, the second round of negotiation between representatives of the Juan Manuel Santos government and delegates of the Marxist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) began on June 11 After 52 years of armed conflict, the Colombian Government led by President Juan Manuel Santos and the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC) signed a historic agreement Wednesday ending the countrys civil war.
The conflict was the longest and one of the bloodiest in modern Political Participation and War in Colombia The impact of political participation in democratic regimes is ambiguous, in part because of 5 Unin Patritica was a political movement supported by FARC during the negotiations between the guerri llas and the Betancur Administration.
Political party is a public association established for the participation of citizens in the political life of the community through the formation and expression of their political will to participate in social and political action in elections and referenda, as well as to represent the interests of citizens in government Human Rights Watch Raises Concerns over FARC Political Participation, claims it could grant impunity to those who committed serious crimes against humanity The question is how to deal with the rebels once any peace accord is signed.
Polls suggest that public support for the peace process is strong. But they also show that Colombians are wary of the Farcs participation in politics, and El Bloque Sur later renamed itself Las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia).
The initials EP were later added to amend Ejercito del Pueblo (The Peoples Army) in 1982; which would symbolize change from guerilla warfare to conventional warfare. As far as political participation, the deal would have guaranteed the FARC a minimum of five seats in the lower house of the Colombian congress and five in the senate for two legislative periods Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) to bring peace after 51 years of armed conflict.
Negotiations have involved discussions on how FARC members should be held accountable for atrocities committed and what role, if any, FARC commanders and militants may play in the future of Colombia. In addition to this, it has changed political participation, mobilization, and political campaigns. In this manner, many argue that a plethora of youthful participation becomes visible and clearly political.