Colombian Conflict


Colombia: Conflict profile Colombia is in the midst of a half-century long conflict between the government and several guerrilla groups. The human impact of the conflict has been enormous, with at least 50,000 lives lost to date and one of the world’s largest populations of internally displaced people, many of whom have disappeared. The Colombian government and FARC rebels have signed a historic peace agreement that charts a path to sustainable peace after decades of civil war. Colombia’s Civil Conflict Council on Foreign.

1998-2002: Chief executive (Conservative) starts peace talks with guerrillas. After three yrs of convoluted discussions, they finish after the and additional political figures. 2000: Pastrana commences questionable and unpopular, with the help of the Us, to put to a halt the flow of cocaine and heroine entering the USA over the Mexican boundary and to battle medication trafficking and rebels that benefit form the industry. 2001: The Us State Division provides the AUC to the checklist of.

2002: Indie candidate is victorious presidential elections. 2003-2006: Demobilisation of the AUC. 2004: Uribe commences 'Plan Patriota', which will be widely observed as a continuation of Pastrana'beds Program Colombia, and also controversial. Fatty bum bum for mac. With the, it aspires to uproot guerrilla organizations in Colombia, gain military presence in remote control places of the nation, traditionally managed by the guerrillas, and bring in social programs.

2005: Uribe pieces the that decreases punishments for guerriIla and paramilitary users if they give up their hands, renounce violence and return illegal possessions. 2006: The FARC roll-outs 'Strategy Resistencia', a last bad to combat military activities and, in see of the 2006 presidential elections, weaken the general public's perception that the protection situation has enhanced under Uribe's authorities. 2006: Uribe'beds second presidential election win, after a.