Colombia’s president, Gustavo Petro, has left open the possibility of extending the 2016 “peace agreement” with FARC terrorists as he considers it to be “incomplete” because, as former president Juan Manuel Santos said, there are “red lines” that “had to do with the economic model”.
“In my opinion, undoubtedly, it remains incomplete. I would like it to be convened to look at the issues that were not introduced, more in a perspective of dialogue with society (…) It was necessary to talk about the economic model; it was a mistake not to do so,” he said during an event held . . .