The International Office for Human Rights Action on Colombia

Assessment of the implementation of point 3 of the Peace Agreement – End of the Conflict

Point 3 of the Peace Agreement aims to create the necessary conditions to put an end to the armed conflict between the Colombian National Government and the now dismantled FARC-EP. For this, structural measures are necessary, such as the laying down of arms, guarantees for the reincorporation of former combatants, and an agreement on guarantees for security and the fight against criminal organisations and behaviours. The first measures have been almost entirely implemented, while the others, composed of medium- and long-term regulatory provisions, still need to be implemented (Kroc, 2021: 18 and 97).

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