"There is a lack of clarity in the figures that the institution is offering. We believe this is happening because Camargo is complicit in the State terrorism that Colombia is facing," the advocates added.
According to SINDHEP workers, Camargo is omitting information to make himself look good to President Ivan Duque, who gave the order to militarize the country's streets and contain the protests at any cost.
"Colombians' human rights will continue to be violated as long as there is military in the streets. To protest is allowed by our Constitution, and this human right is being outraged by the government, by the military, and by the Ombudsman," they concluded.
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