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View of the Colombian Congress' house of Representatives during a session to endorse the new peace agreement signed between the government and the FARC, in Bogota, on November 30, 2016. 
Colombia's Congress is debating the government's controversial revised peace deal to end a half-century conflict with leftist FARC rebels after last month voters surprisingly snubbed an earlier version of the accord in a referendum. Now the government hopes to implement a revised accord through its majority in the legislature. / AFP / GUILLERMO LEGARIA        (Photo credit should read GUILLERMO LEGARIA/AFP/Getty Images)
View of the Colombian Congress' house of Representatives during a session to endorse the new peace agreement signed between the government and the FARC, in Bogota, on November 30, 2016. 
Colombia's Congress is debating the government's controversial revised peace deal to end a half-century conflict with leftist FARC rebels after last month voters surprisingly snubbed an earlier version of the accord in a referendum. Now the government hopes to implement a revised accord through its majority in the legislature. / AFP / GUILLERMO LEGARIA        (Photo credit should read GUILLERMO LEGARIA/AFP/Getty Images)

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El representante a la Cámara Federico Hoyos considera que el acuerdo con las FARC es "frágil y antidemocrático" y que las instituciones de Colombia están "desconociendo la voluntad de los ciudadanos".

Hoyos: Fast track, una herida profunda para la democracia en Colombia

El representante a la Cámara Federico Hoyos considera que el acuerdo con las FARC es "frágil y antidemocrático" y que las instituciones de Colombia están "desconociendo la voluntad de los ciudadanos".