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The week in review: from Colombia to Burundi
Transitional justice does not always go smoothly with orderly procedures, exemplary trials and fair judgments. This is illustrated in Colombia, where, despite an agreement in principle between FARC rebels and the government signed in September 2015 in Havana, there are still obstacles to a final accord putting an end to a conflict that has left more than 300,000 people dead. The negotiations are still up against three difficult points: disarmament of the FARC, security in…
by François Sergent,
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