We have prepared for you a summary of the most important news this Monday, so that you can start the week well informed.
The formula that would protect extradition in the PEC
The Senate plenary is expected to talk about the discussion and voting of the six objections presented by President Iván Duque to the statute of the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (PEC) at 11 am on Monday.
The outlook is not encouraging for the national government. It appears that these objections, as presented, will be rejected.
However, the Liberal Party, following the warnings sent by the Attorney General, Néstor Humberto Martínez, is preparing a proposal for an "interpretative law" that makes clear that the article corresponding to extradition only applies to those who are "attached" to the PEC and not to third parties approaching the system. Read the full story here.
Hearing of accusations of lost Chilean boyfriend charges will continue on Monday
At 2 pm on Monday at the Judicial Service Center of Bucaramanga, the proceeding will continue to define the legal situation of Juan Guillermo Valderrama, who was captured on Saturday for allegedly responsible for the disappearance of his girlfriend Ilse Amory Ojeda, a Chilean citizen whose whereabouts have been unknown since March 29.
Initially, the Prosecutor's Office will accuse Valderrama of the crime of forced disappearance. However, if it is found that the newly found remains are from Ojeda, the crime of femicide will also be imputed and the prosecution body will request a security measure in a prison. Read the full story here.
Constitutional Court asks authorities to clarify whether magistrates are "kicked"
On Sunday, the Constitutional Court said it will request information from the Public Prosecutor's Office, the National Police and the National Directorate of Intelligence on "possible interceptions" of its magistrates.
In his official account on Twitter, the higher court clarified that no personal or institutional charges were made about who might be behind such potential "kickbacks". However, magistrates have told EL TIEMPO that they suspect US intelligence agencies. Read the full story here.
They will charge fees for homicide carried out that shot the demobilized FARC
Corporal Daniel Eduardo Gómez will be charged by the Public Prosecutor's Office for the murder of the combatant Farc Dimar Torres, who took place on April 22. This was announced by Attorney General Néstor Humberto Martínez, stating that although "the circumstantial reasons for this alleged murder were not established," the autopsy report made by the Legal Medicine "does not coincide with the interrogation of indictees." Gomez
At first, Gómez said that the death was the result of a struggle. However, according to the prosecutor, Dimar's body presented "four bullet holes and the opinion states that the lethal impact corresponds to a malar and right nasal projectile entry that maintains a gunpowder tattoo." Read the full story here.
James Rodriguez suffered a new muscle injury
This Sunday, during the match between Bayern and Nuremberg, Colombian star James Rodriguez suffered a new muscle injury. The 10 of the selection came in 55 minutes for Javi Martinez, when his team, Bayern, lost. However, he left the field in the 71st minute to make room for his teammate Alphon Davies.
"He – James – had problems with the twin and we did not want to take any chances," coach Niko Kovac told the post-match press conference. For now, the severity of the Colombian injury is not known. Read the full story here.