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Colombians rejected ‘transitional justice’ for guerrillas. They want criminal justice instead.

The recent and startling vote against the Colombian peace deal has been described as a vote against peace. That’s not true. Perhaps a few voters thought they were casting their ballots in favor of continuing to fight the FARC rebels. But in the larger sense, the plebiscite was a vote over the meaning of transitional […]
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