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Two Mothers, One Daughter: A Family

Two events last week gave much to talk about in Colombia. In the morning, a female minister from Santos’ cabinet spoke on a radio program about her relationship with another female office minister. These declarations unsettled a sector of society that still today reproach a same-sex couple so close to power and a lesbian education minister.

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The Ways of Democracy

Once again, the Constitutional Court announced a decision that shook up the political power in Colombia and it positioned itself, again, as the arbitrator of political positions on a highly controversial issue that is fundamental to Colombian institutions.

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The peace framework and the Attorney General’s Office of the Internacional Criminal Court

Some weeks ago news was announced of a true bomb. The news was about two private letters- leaked by media – in which the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court addressed the Constitutional Court, with the intention of making some clarifications about its vision of the Legal Framework for Peace. According to media reports, these letters could become an insurmountable obstacle for the process, given that the arguments made by the Prosecutor questioned the international validity of the peace framework and, therefore they could discredit an eventual decision by the Court supporting the framework.

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