According to recent news, the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) are about to announce that they have reached a final peace agreement aimed at ending more than 50 years of conflict, which claimed more than 260,000 lives.
Negotiators from the Colombian government and FARC have been meeting in Havana for the past week in what is intended as the final set of negotiations in advance of a definitive peace agreement.Reuters news agency stated that an announcement was "imminent" and that main issues surrounding the deal had been finalised.
The agreement would oversee the demobilisation of fighters and their reintegration into civil society and participation in politics.
Deals have also been made on agricultural development, joint action against organised crime, and a system of transitional justice with a maximum sentence of eight years for those found guilty of crimes in the conflict.A date for the final peace accord has not been set. Once signed, the agreement will be subject to a referendum. Most opinion polls indicate that Colombians will support the agreement.Ata Mert ALADAĞ

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