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Hace 26 años el Ejército Popular de Liberación dejó las armas | Noticias | teleSUR


Hace 26 años el Ejército Popular de Liberación dejó las armas | Noticias | teleSUR - Tal día como hoy, pero en 1991, el Ejército Popular de Liberación (EPL) llegó a un acuerdo para abandonar las armas y reintegrase a la lucha política legal.

Durante el mandato de Belisario Betancur se iniciaron los diálogos con los grupos insurgentes colombianos de las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias Dde Colombia - Ejército del Pueblo (FARC-EP), EPL, M-19, entre otros.

En ese momento, el EPL, una guerrilla de particular arraigo campesino, con mayor número de militantes y de gran presencia regional, había propuesto la convocatoria de una Asamblea Nacional Constituyente como medida para conseguir la paz. -- On that day, but in 1991, the People's Liberation Army (EPL) reached an agreement to abandon arms and reintegrate into the legal political struggle.

During the term of Belisario Betancur, dialogues with the Colombian insurgent groups of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia - People's Army (FARC-EP), EPL, M-19, and others began.

At that time, the EPL, a guerrilla of particular peasant roots, with a greater number of militants and a large regional presence, had proposed the convening of a National Constituent Assembly as a measure to achieve peace.

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