Questions surrounding the archconservative ruling-party senator, a leading opponent of the 2016 peace accord and ally of large landowners.
A discussion of the political outlook at the midpoint of President Iván Duque’s term.
An interview with the senator against whom ex-president Álvaro Uribe allegedly sought to convince witnesses to give false testimony.
An overview of the charges against ex-president Álvaro Uribe, which have led to the Supreme Court ordering that he be held under house arrest while his case proceeds.
A debate over whether the FARC has fulfilled its commitments under the 2016 peace accord.
Maximum FARC party leader Rodrigo Londoño talks about transitional justice and the FARC’s past human rights crimes, including forced child recruitment, which the guerrillas are denying took place.
A profile of Sandra Ramírez, the FARC senator just named to the post of second vice-president of Colombia’s Senate.
Legislative proposals seek to weaken the JEP and the Truth Commission.
Analysts from prominent local think tanks voice concern about the health of Colombia’s democracy during COVID-19.
A former defense minister and ambassador to the United States says that most Truth Commission members have “affinity or ties to armed groups.”
An investigation into unscrupulous social media campaigns against the post-conflict transitional justice system.
The high counselor for post-conflict issues, Emilio Archila, and the governing party’s head and former president, Álvaro Uribe, have a public disagreement over Cuba’s role in the peace process.
A conversation about peace accord implementation with Victoria Sandino, one of the FARC’s five senators.
Maximum FARC party leader Rodrigo Londoño alias Timochenko talks about the alleged attempt on his life, and about divisions within the ex-guerrillas’ political party.