Accusations of Colombia complicate the peace plan with FARC
Posted On 22 Nov 2012
The mutual accusations of the government of Colombia and the FARC guerrilla complicated the first stops of the negotiations that began this week in Cuba. However both sides are confident in being able to reach a peaceful agreement.
Yesterday FARC announced that the Colombian police are bribing civilian guerrilla family members, while the Colombian Army assured that the rebels broke the unilateral ceasefire announced last Monday.
This confrontation, in barely two days after starting the peace dialogues; show the great difficulties between both sides, which has the purpose of solving five difficult subjects, including the political participation of the guerrilla in a possible demobilization scenario.