A former spy for Colombia’s ex-intelligence agency and key witness in a wiretapping scandal with respect to the Supreme Court, stated in an interview on Monday that former President Alvaro Uribe Full Article »
Longtime opposition Senator Jorge Enrique Robledo has rejected an offer from the right-wing Democratic Center (Centro Democratico) party that would have made him president of the Colombian Senate, reported local media Wendnesday.
Colombia’s largest rebel group, the FARC, have rejected accusations by former president and senator-elect Alvaro Uribe that they forced voters re-elect the incumbent president “with a gun to the neck.”
Former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe has again spoken out against his accusations of alleged fraud in the second round of Colombia’s presidential elections, which saw the defeat of his handpicked Full Article »
Former Colombian Vice-President Francisco Santos has called claims that he eavesdropped on a fellow party rival “crazy” and lashed out at the Colombian media for reporting on the story.
Colombia’s former presidential candidate Oscar Ivan Zuluaga was not just spying on ongoing peace talks with the FARC, but also on his rival within the party of former President Alvaro Full Article »
President Juan Manuel Santos’s re-election sends a “clear message” that Colombia has moved away from hardline militaristic politics, according to the FARC rebel group, the country’s largest.
Ex-President and founder of the Democratic Center party Alvaro Uribe named losing presidential candidate Oscar Ivan Zuluaga as the new director of the party.
A senator from Colombia’s southwestern state of Nariño demanded that Colombian ex-president Alvaro Uribe retract statements that “terrorism” influenced voters re-elect President Juan Manuel Santos, local media reported on Wednesday.
Panama’s Supreme Court has revoked political asylum for the disgraced former director of Colombia’s now-defunct intelligence agency, who is wanted in connection with a wiretapping scandal, national media reported Wednesday.