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Opinion | Beyond Rotten Apples: The Colombian Military Intelligence Needs to Be Reformed


The investigation found that the military had been collecting information on 130 people, some of whom were critical of the government and some of whom were politicians from the opposition. But there was also a surprise: Among those “profiled” was Jorge Mario Eastman. Mr. Eastman, Colombia’s ambassador to the Vatican, was Mr. Duque’s chief of staff during his administration’s first nine months. Mr. Eastman had also been the presidential adviser for communications and deputy minister of defense during the Uribe government.


Source: International New York Times May 22, 2020 09:00 UTC



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