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El pierde pierde con las FARC

This article mentions the research presented at the Wilson Center by Georgia State University Professors on public opinion regarding transnational justice in Colombia. This article is in Spanish.

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Recientemente, los profesores Jennifer McCoy, Ryan Carlin y Jelena Subotic de la universidad de Georgia State publicaron un estudio sobre los “dilemas de la justicia transicional en Colombia” y su impacto en la cohesión social. El trabajo, que se presentará este mes en el Wilson Center en Washington, incluyó dos encuestas: una de junio de 2014 y otra de enero de 2015. Allí se analizaron las percepciones de los colombianos sobre la participación política de las FARC y sobre si deben pagar cárcel o no. Con una rigurosa metodología buscaban medir la legitimidad de las negociaciones. 

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