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Court Ruling: US Military Must Stop Operations in Colombia

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On June 1, 2020, the U.S. sent 53 soldiers  to assist the military in counternarcotics operations

On June 1, 2020, the U.S. sent 53 soldiers to assist the military in counternarcotics operations | Photo: EFE/ Mauricio Dueñas

Telesur

When it comes to the entrance of foreign troops into the country, the decision has to be debated in the Senate first, a procedure that Ivan Duque deliberately violated.

The Third Section of the Administrative Court of Cundinamarca, Colombia, ruled on Wednesday in favor of a legal action issued by opposition senators against president Ivan Duque, regarding the presence in the country of U.S. military troops.

In Colombia, citizens are allowed to appeal under a rule named Tutela Action, by which citizens can demand respect for their constitution. When it comes to the entrance of foreign troops into the country, the decision has to be debated first in the Senate, a procedure that Ivan Duque deliberately violated […]

Via https://www.telesurenglish.net/news/US-Military-In-Colombia-Has-To-Stop-Operations-Court-Rules-20200702-0021.html

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