The Federation of Educators (FECODE), the Colombian Workers' Union (CUT), and the General Confederation of Labor (CGT) are some of the movements that will attend the meeting on behalf of the demonstrators.
"We will insist on the government to demilitarize our cities and stop the massacre of peaceful demonstrators. We will also demand an end to Duque's neoliberal measures," they stated.
Authorities have not yet set a date and time for the new meeting, which will also be attended by the High Commissioner for Peace Miguel Ceballos, a group of ministers, and representatives of the Catholic Church and the United Nations.
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Protest leaders and the government met on Sunday and Monday without reaching agreements. "Duque does not respond to the CNP demands, nor is he willing to guarantee peaceful protest," CUT President Francisco Maltes said.
During Monday's meeting, Duque increased military and police deployment to disperse protesters from the country's main highways, even though ending police brutality was one of the Committee's main demands.
Colombian citizens also demand decent jobs, educational reforms, greater social protection, and non-discrimination policies.