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Bogotá D.C., 02 May 2013

This Friday, May 3rd the Minister of Interior, Fernando Carrillo Flórez, will emphasize the labor of human rights activists in Barrancabermeja, Santander. The public act will take place with the purpose to enhance the dialogue with the human rights platforms around the country and “to give a truly regional feeling to the Warranties Process” executed by the National Government.

Bogotá D.C., 29 Apr 2013

The ministry of Interior will lead a strategy to take care of the most urgent violence cases against afro descendant women in Buenaventura, Tumaco and Montes de Maria.

Bogotá D.C., 24 Apr 2013

The Ministry of Interior, the National Congress and victims’ organizations, took a look today to the protocol draft which establishes the conditions for the armed conflict victims to participate in the 1448 Law implementation.

Cartagena, 18 Apr 2013

The Minister of Interior, Fernando Carrillo Floréz, will participate this Thursday in the National Congress of Municipalities, which is organized by the Colombian Federation of Municipalities, and is held in Cartagena, with the participation of over more than 600 Colombian Mayors.

Bogotá D.C., 16 Apr 2013

This week the National Government received from the 32 governances and 1018 city halls, the first accomplishment report about the Victims Amendment Law. Through an online platform named Unified Report for the System of Territorial Information, Coordination and Follow up (RUSICTS) the different territorial entities informed about the execution of this outstanding National Government norm.

Bogotá D.C., 16 Apr 2013

During the third debate on the Departmental Scheme draft who took place in the First Commission of the National Congress, the Minister of Interior, Fernando Carrillo Flórez, assured that the government of President Santos “is not afraid of regionalization” and that he’s working closely with local authorities to advance with the decentralization policy.

Bogotá D.C., 09 Apr 2013

National day of remembrance and solidarity with te conflict´s victims