Uncertainty reigns in Colombia after almost two weeks since the start of the agrarian strike .
Although negotiations between the government and the protesters have moved forward, citizens across the country held massive protests on August 29 , most of which ended with riots.
Roads are still blocked in some parts of the country, even though on Friday, August 30, protesters released a statement  [es] where they expressed their decision to lift the blockades and reiterated their invitation to continue to dialogue with the government.
To date, as Virna Gutierrez indicates, the situation persists:
— Virna Gutiérrez (@VirnAGutierreZ) September 2, 2013 
Blockades continue in Caquetá. My rights are being violated. We are [as if] kidnapped. Many adults and children are suffering from these consequences.
You can follow citizen reports and reactions through the following Twitter hashtags: #ParoAgrario , #MePongoLaRuana  (referring to wearing the ruana,  a garment worn by Colombian farmers), #ParoNacional  and #paroagrariocolombia .