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The Social Minga in Bogota joined the National Strike that is taking place this Wednesday in Colombia with the aim of "defending life and democracy, protesting against violence and demanding the negotiation of the national emergency document.

While Colombia's indigenous peoples are being killed and demanding protection through the Social Minga, President Ivan Duque has shown no sign whatsoever of intending to attend to them.

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President Ivan Duque left the city as over 7,000 Indigenous people urge a personal meeting with him.

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"No one has to make ultimatums to this government," President Ivan Duque arrogantly affirmed.

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"Dialogue is the best way to achieve a solid and direct agreement between the Minga and the government," Colombian Ombudsman Carlos Camargo said.

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On Sunday, the Ombudsman Carlos Camargo will meet with the Colombian president to negotiate a dialogue with the members of the Minga.

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The former Colombian ambassador to Uruguay was aware of the drug trafficking operations on his farm.

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