Colombia: Complaints over construction delays at FARC peace camps

Former FARC fighters say the Colombian government has yet to make good on its promise to provide proper housing for those now living in temporary camps. They say the delay could hinder the peace process agreed last year.

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    Former FARC fighters say the Colombian government has yet to make good on its promise to provide proper housing for those now living in temporary camps.

    They say the delay could hinder the peace process agreed last year.

    More than 7,000 are living in transition camps scattered nationwide.

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from Icononzo camp.


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