July 24, 2021

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The Colombian government and the National Strike Committee continue to make no progress after the fifth round of talks

The Colombian government and the National Strike Committee finalized the fifth round of talks on Sunday Cover up the crisis the country has been experiencing since the outbreak of the struggles without reaching any agreement.

After the 11-hour meeting, The group wants both parties to meet on June 2 to stress militarization Respect for social mobilization and human rights, while at the same time the government has insisted that they will not leave until the siege in the country is lifted, Karakal Radio reported.

These are the two points that prevent you from signing the preliminary agreement that will open the negotiations. “We ask you to do every action or behavior you need to get up, This will put an end to all sieges in Colombia forever. “They said in a statement to the Colombian government.

Thousands of people protested on Sunday Rejection of sieges and acts of white-clad violence In Bogota, Medellin, Barranquilla and other cities.

During the protests, “No more protests, no more sieges”, “Police, friend, people are with you” and The news has caused tension among other protesters who support the strike, According to ‘El Timepo’.

The demonstration was promoted by Congressmen of the Democratic Center (CD) through social media They have reiterated their support for police officers Criticized for violence during demonstrations.

On the other hand, Radio National de Colombia reported that there had been some controversy in other parts of the country, such as an attempt to set fire to a municipal building in Fasatovy in the metropolitan area of ​​Bogot.

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Last Thursday, Colombia ended a month of indefinite general strike known as the National Strike. A protest raised by President Duke against tax reform was later withdrawn. Now protesters are protesting the violence of the security forces and demanding social reforms. At least 59 people have died since the mobilization began.