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A woman joins a celebration in front of the Constitucional Court in Bogota on July 19, 2016, a day after Colombia's constititutional court gave its approval for a popular referendum on a historic peace deal being negotiated with FARC rebels.
Hundreds of students, union members and government ministers gathered in downtown Bogota to celebrate the top court's go-ahead to a government bill on the plebiscite, which has already been approved by Congress. The Colombian government and the Marxist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) are in the final phase of four years of talks that it is hoped will result in a peace deal putting to an end a half-a-century of conflict.
 / AFP / Luis Acosta        (Photo credit should read LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman joins a celebration in front of the Constitucional Court in Bogota on July 19, 2016, a day after Colombia's constititutional court gave its approval for a popular referendum on a historic peace deal being negotiated with FARC rebels.
Hundreds of students, union members and government ministers gathered in downtown Bogota to celebrate the top court's go-ahead to a government bill on the plebiscite, which has already been approved by Congress. The Colombian government and the Marxist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) are in the final phase of four years of talks that it is hoped will result in a peace deal putting to an end a half-a-century of conflict.
 / AFP / Luis Acosta        (Photo credit should read LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Alberto Bernal, estratega en jefe de XP Securities, dijo que el mensaje de dejar libres a los "terroristas de las FARC" no sirve para la imagen del presidente. Bernal aseguró que su economía no será impactada por la firma de la paz en el país

Bernal: El plebicito no vale la pena

Alberto Bernal, estratega en jefe de XP Securities, dijo que el mensaje de dejar libres a los "terroristas de las FARC" no sirve para la imagen del presidente. Bernal aseguró que su economía no será impactada por la firma de la paz en el país