In the balance of her administration, during the first hundred days of government, the Minister of the Interior, Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez, reiterated to President Iván Duque that the legislative package against corruption will be processed in Congress, on December 16, the date in which the legislative period ends.
”I reiterate to you, President, before the whole country, that I hope that the anti-corruption package will come out on December 16”, Interior Minister Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez announced in the panel on "Legality and Fight against Corruption" of account statements. of the first one hundred days of government, which also included her defense counterparts, Guillermo Botero, and Justicia, Gloria Borrero, moderated by the President of the Republic, Iván Duque and the Vice President Marta Lucía Ramírez. “We are going to carry out these projects”, added the Minister.
Through a digital platform, the initiatives, their current status and the basic characteristics of each of them will be consulted.
Through the website of the Ministry of the Interior www.mininterior.gov.co Colombians will be able to know and follow up on the projects of Law and Legislative Acts that are processed in the Congress of the Republic in the LegislApp button. This was announced by the Interior Minister, Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez, during the rendering of accounts of the one hundred days of the government of President Iván Duque.
In the installation of the first National Commission of Electoral Follow-up for the Elections 2019, the body in charge of carrying out the necessary activities to ensure and guarantee the normal development of the electoral processes, the Minister of the Interior, Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez, announced the presentation of this project and the invitation to a Pact for Transparency.
During the minga for life in Bogotá, the Ministry of the Interior, through the Directorate of Indigenous Affairs, ROM and Minorities, led the space for dialogue between the Government and the Embera, Chami, Dobida, Eyabida, Wounnan and Zenú communities. of Riosucio and Carmen del Darien in Chocó. During the meeting several commitments were agreed upon to overcome the problems exposed by the indigenous communities.
For five days, the Government, headed by the Ministry of the Interior, advanced dialogues with the indigenous communities of Chocó in order to seek a solution to the humanitarian and security problems that are occurring in the department.
Both parties agree to a verification visit and work tables to assist the population in the territory.
The dialogue continues between the National Government Commission headed by the Ministry of the Interior and the Embera Dobida, Katío, Wounaan, Eyabida and Zenú indigenous communities of Chocó, which is being carried out in Bogotá.
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In the middle of the discussion of the extension of Law 418 of 1997, in joint first commissions, the Minister of the Interior, Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez, explained that this project “has a special importance because a possible process with the ELN is involved”.
”This project is valid for four years because it is the framework that allows a new government to decide on a new process”, said Interior Minister Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez, at the start of her speech, on joint first commissions, in the debate the extension of Law 418 of 1997.
A roadmap will be established to provide security to indigenous communities.
The Minister of the Interior, Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez, met with the minister of Defense Guillermo Botero and the High Commissioner for Peace, Miguel Ceballos, to agree on measures that respond to the needs of the indigenous peoples Embera Dobida, Katío, Wounaan, Eyabida and Zenú of Chocó, which today are located in Bogotá.
- The talks have been taking place since last November 2, to resolve the needs and meet the requests of the Embera Dobida, Katío, Wounaan, Eyabida and Zenú communities of Choco. In the last hours, the Government sent a commission headed by the Ministry of the Interior, together with different entities, in order to convene an inter-institutional table to maintain social dialogue and find solutions to the problems of the community.
The National Government, headed by the Ministry of the Interior, has advanced conversations in order to resolve the needs and meet the requests of the Embera Dobida, Katío, Wounaan, Eyabida and Zenú communities of Choco.