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The Colombian government and rebel group FARC appear close to ending Latin America's longest civil war. Both pledged to a final peace deal within six months and recently reached an agreement on justice in crimes committed during more than 50 years of war. But many are sceptical of whether the anticipated deal can truly end the violence. What's needed for an effective peace agreement?
On today's episode, we speak to:
Eduardo Álvarez @ideaspaz
Ideas for Peace Foundation
Andres Fernandez @reintegracion
Colombian Agency for Reintegration
Federico Hoyos @FedericoHoyos
House Representative for Antioquia
Peace talks adviser to the Colombian government
Professor of law, University of Notre Dame
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