2 former FARC guerrillas and 3 social leaders killed in Colombia

Two former FARC guerrillas and three social leaders were killed in Colombia in less then 48 hours.

The killings of former FARC guerrillas and social leaders in Colombia continue with impunity.

Former FARC guerrillas Irnel Flórez Forero and Belle Ester Carrillo Leal, both in the process of reincorporation, were killed in their farm in the town of Rubí, in Meta.

Marco Rivadeneira, Putumayo's social leader; Ivo Humberto Bracamonte Quiroz, social leader in Santander; Ángel Ovidio Quintero, social leader in Antioquia were murdered in less than 24 hours.

The Farc political party said that the last two killings bring the total of former guerrillas murdered to 190 since the signing of the Havana Peace Agreement in November 2016.

The three social leaders, on the other hand, bring the total mumber of activists killed during the presidency of Ivan Duque to 310. Only in 2020, there have been 51 social leaders murdered.