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Colombia: “Lleras Law2.0 ” Taken Before Constitutional Court

The “Lleras Law 2.0”, which was hastily approved to fit requirements for a Free Trade Agreement with the United States, was taken before the Constitutional Court on April 18 by Senator Camilo Romero [es], who argued it contains parts that threaten rights enshrined in the Constitution. Netizens [es] are invited [es] to support the demand before the court with signatures [es] and peaceful marches [es].

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