The Minister of Interior, Fernando Carrillo Flórez, the President of the Congress of the Republic, Senator Juan Fernando Cristo, and the spokespersons from the political parties comprising the National Unity, settled before the Senate’s Secretariat General a draft which seeks to endorse the final peace agreement through a referendum.
The Minister of Interior, Fernado Carrillo Flórez, reported that during the manifestations which took place today along the country, there was no record of violent acts, a fact which constitutes for the National Government a strong message of rejection to those with intentions to spoil the social protest.
The Minister of Interior, Fernando Carrillo Flórez, conveyed that after the first day of agricultural strike, the country is under control. After taking a look to the public order situation along with the President of the Republic, Juan Manuel Santos, the Minister assured that the National Governments deeply regrets the incidents which happened in the departments of Nariño, Putumayo, Boyacá and Arauca.
The Minister of interior, Fernando Carrillo Flórez, during the Governors Summit “Let’s get ready for Peace” which took place in the city of Medellin, invited to the leaders to have a close and direct dialogue with city mayors in order for the whole country to really understand the magnitude of the post conflict.
During a meeting between the Minister of Interior, Fernando Carrillo Flórez and raizales delegates from San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina islands was arranged to work in the creation of a methodology for the construction of the Raizal Statute.
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Following six months of negotiations between the Colombian government and the FARC, an agreement on agrarian reform was made as part of an ongoing peace process.
The Minister of Interior, Fernando Carrillo Flórez, convened today along with 26 Awá indigenous governors from Nariño and Putumayo, to start discussions that allow for their pleas to be settled peacefully.
After meeting with the Minister of Interior, Fernando Carrillo Flórez, the Guambianos Misak indigenous leaders from Cauca committed themselves to dialogue with the National Government, in order to find integral solutions for the problems faced by these communities.
During the meeting held by the Minister of Interior, Fernando Carrillo Flórez, with the representatives from the Cauca’s Indigenous Regional Council, CIRC, he emphasized the serious implications that arise when social protests are infiltrated by members of illegal organizations.
During the celebration of the International Day of Indigenous Peoples, the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Carrillo Flórez said that this is an important date to continue enhancing the mechanisms of dialogue between the National Government and indigenous communities in order to look for alternatives and solutions for their issues, striving to guarantee their rights.