Colombia: FARC rebels say assets set aside for victim compensation total $342 million

Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels claimed that the now-demobilised group's assets that will go towards victim compensation total some $324 million (€272.7 million), in a press conference in Botoga on Friday. The list of the guerrilla groups' goods that the FARC group will hand over to Colombian authorities allegedly includes such miscellaneous items as footwear, brooms... Еще, juicers and nose surgery, according to a claim made by the Colombian Attorney General Nestor Martinez. FARC have dismissed the accusation. FARC Secretariat Member Pestor Alape also declared that the group had no overseas goods; «we were are irregular guerrillas. We were clandestine guerrillas. We were guerrillas and not constituted as judicial figures. So it was impossible.» Under a 2016 peace deal with the Colombian government, FARC rebels agreed to hand over all assets to go towards compensation for victims of the organisation, including those who had suffered rape, kidnapping and displacement.

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