Colombian senator banned for "collaborating" with FARC rebels

Here is my latest article published in the New Statesman:

Last week a leading left-wing Colombian senator and peace activist was dramatically sacked and banned from public office for 18 years for allegedly “promoting and collaborating” with Farc rebels.

The senator in question, Piedad C√≥rdoba, has played a key role in Colombia’s peace movement since joining the Senate in 1994 and her mediation efforts have led to the release of dozens of Farc hostages. Her actions have earned her praise from around the world and she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009.

Published on 08-10-10. Read on here

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