Duque says there is “imbalance” and “inconsistencies” in Colombian justice | Policy | America Edition

Colombian President Iván Duque said on Thursday that there is “imbalance” and “inconsistencies” in the country’s justice system, when referring to the Supreme Court’s arrest warrant for his predecessor, former President Álvaro Uribe, who ruled the country between 2002 and 2010.

Duque, of the Centro Democrático Party, founded by Uribe, today compared this case again with that of the former head of the FARC, “Jesús Santrich”, who was released by the Supreme Court in May last year, despite having been asked to extradite the United States, which accuses him of drug trafficking, after which he returned to arms in one of the dissidents of the former guerrilla.

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