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European Parliamentarians support women’s march for peace in Colombia

They ask the negotiators in Havana to listen to the demands of women and victims and the parties at the dialogue table to declare a bilateral cease -fire.

Brussels, November 21 2012. More than 20 MEPs from the European Alliance of Socialists and Democrats, the Greens European Free Alliance and the European United Left have sent a letter for the march which will take place tomorrow in Colombia in support of the peace process. The main request of the march, organized by the Women for Peace network (Mujeres por la Paz) is that neither the government nor the FARC leave the negotiating table before signing a Peace Agreement.


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