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The peace agreement signed in Colombia by the government of Juan Manuel Santos on behalf of the state and the former Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP) has only been 30% implemented, according to the University’s Kroc Institute. of Notre Dame.

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The institution revealed that during the period from December 2020 to November 2021, only 2% of the provisions of the agreement have been fulfilled, which is why it is considered that the next Colombian president to be elected on June 19 will face the challenge to accomplish with the parameters and expectations of such an agreement.

The Institute also suggested strengthening measures and monitoring regarding the substitution of illicit crops, the delivery of land to peasants, greater economic support for former FARC-EP combatants and the prevention of assassinations of social leaders and former guerrillas in the process of being reincorporated, which have increased in recent years.

An analysis by the Kroc Institute, where 23,487 agreement implementation events were examined, collated into 578 provisions, 18 topics and 70 sub-topics, dropped the estimate that the progress of the agreement are close to 37%. Also, the first implementation event has not yet taken place.

Five years after the signing of the peace agreement, only 30% of what had been negotiated with the former FARC guerrillas has been implemented, warns a report by the Kroc Institute.

If Gustavo Petro, the presidential candidate of the historic Pact, wins the elections, he has guaranteed peace as a new social contract to ensure the fundamental rights of the people, especially the victims.

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