A new “great mobilization” called for next May 19 in Colombia

According to the records of the NGO Temblores, during the protests, there have been 39 homicides allegedly committed by members of the security forces and at least 362 cases of physical violence, including 30 eye assaults, as well as 16 cases of sexual violence.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National Strike Committee (CNP), one of the promoters of the protests that began last April 28, called for a new "great mobilization" for next May 19 in rejection of police brutality and the policies of the Government of Colombian President Iván Duque.

This organization, made up of labor centers and unions, made the eve of the start of negotiations with the Colombian government, scheduled for this Sunday in Bogota, to address the issues that gave rise to the demonstrations that left more than 40 dead.

"We call for next Wednesday, May 19, for a . . .

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