Uribismo after the freedom of its top boss

The order of deprivation of liberty of the former president and leader of the Álvaro Uribe Vélez Democratic Center, ordered by the Supreme Court of Justice, represented at the time a blow to Uribismo and, despite being a judicial process, politics has not stopped to appear. The turn that the case now took, after Uribe’s … Read more

In question, the Farc’s attribution in the murder of Gómez

After the former FARC secretariat sent a letter to the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) claiming the assassination of former conservative politician Álvaro Gómez Hurtado, a range of reactions have questioned such statements. Several former prosecutors who handled the case agree that the FARC did not appear as a hypothesis in the investigation that has … Read more

With this old trill, Uribe relives a phrase he said to Santos in Cartagena

The former president and former senator Alvaro Uribe he recalled, with a video posted on his account Twitter, the first signing of the peace agreement with the Farc that took place in Cartagena, on September 26, 2016. In the recording, of a demonstration in which his followers They were looking for a place to hold … Read more

The Prosecutor’s Office rejects the request for the release of former senator Álvaro Uribe

The Prosecutor’s Office reported yesterday that it rejected the request for the release of former President Álvaro Uribe, arguing that the decision corresponds to a judge to control guarantees in the new Accusatory Penal System. “The prosecutor in charge of the investigation rejected the request for freedom presented by the defense (…) because this type … Read more

“Court lost jurisdiction in the Uribe case”: Attorney General

The Special Investigation Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice must forward the file that is advancing against the former president and former senator Álvaro Uribe for alleged bribery in criminal proceedings and procedural fraud, for which his arrest was ordered on August 3. This was reported by the Attorney General’s Office, explaining that with … Read more