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The '''Colombian peace process''' is the successful series of negotiations between the [[FARC]] and the government of [[Colombia]] which led to an agreement which, if successful, will end the armed rebellion in Colombia and transform the FARC into a leftist political party. The National Liberation Army has also entered into negotiations with the government.<ref name = NYT2717 >[https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/07/world/americas/colombia-rebels-eln-peace-talks.html "2nd Colombian Rebel Group Steps Up to the Table for Peace Talks"] article by Nicholas Casey in ''[[The New York Times]]'' February 7, 2017</ref>
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The '''Colombian peace process''' is the successful series of negotiations between the [[FARC]] and the government of [[Colombia]] which led to an agreement which, if successful, will end the armed rebellion in Colombia and transform the FARC into a leftist political party. The [[National Liberation Army]] has also entered into negotiations with the government.<ref name = NYT2717 >[https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/07/world/americas/colombia-rebels-eln-peace-talks.html "2nd Colombian Rebel Group Steps Up to the Table for Peace Talks"] article by Nicholas Casey in ''[[The New York Times]]'' February 7, 2017</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:40, 8 February 2017

The Colombian peace process is the successful series of negotiations between the FARC and the government of Colombia which led to an agreement which, if successful, will end the armed rebellion in Colombia and transform the FARC into a leftist political party. The National Liberation Army has also entered into negotiations with the government.[1]

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