The once very luxurious country estate of drug trafficking kingpin Pablo Escobar, Hacienda Napoles, has become a land that will house families of demobilized former combatants of different subversive armed groups in Colombia. This project that was inaugurated yesterday, organized by the government’s office of reintegration of former illegal combatants, will involve 85 families that are planned to produce 480 tons of spicy peppers that will be commercialized by Comexa Foods, a Colombian company that produces spicy sauces. This project also has the support of many private enterprises as well as the development agency of the United States.
Un trino de Santos indigna a Maduro y él amenaza con revelar los secretos del proceso de paz. Invocar el anti-colombianismo no cambia el hecho de que la crisis venezolana está llegando a un punto de inflexión.