In 2020, the Luis Carlos Pérez Lawyers Collective Corporation-CCALCP, in accompaniment of the Catatumbo-Ascamcat Peasant Association and the Coccam Tibú, filed a protection action for the protection of the fundamental rights to life, human dignity, minimum vital, principle of legitimate trust, equality, work, citizen participation, compliance with what was agreed in point 4 of the final agreement for the termination of the conflict and the construction of a stable and lasting peace, personal security, the right to defend human rights, and guarantee compliance with the obligation to comply in good faith with what is established in the Final Agreement, in favor of the peasant population beneficiary of the Comprehensive National Program for Crops for Illicit Use- PNIS and enforceability of compliance in the comprehensive implementation with points 1 and 3.4., respectively related to the Comprehensive Rural Reform regarding the formalization of their properties, and security for leaders and communities. The foregoing, in response to the documentation carried out during the years 2018 and 2019 in the face of the humanitarian and socioeconomic crisis generated with the delays and non-compliance with the productive projects of more than 61 family nuclei of the pilot plan for the Caño Indio village.
The Luis Carlos Pérez Lawyers Collective Corporation - CCALCP, presents the book "Those who left: dignified memories for non-repetition". An initiative of family victims of murders and forced disappearances presented as casualties in combat by State agents, special interveners in case 003 of the Special Jurisdiction for Peace. This systematization seeks to contribute to the dignity of the good name and honor of the direct victims, through their life stories told from the narratives of their surviving mothers and fathers, wives, daughters and sons, brothers and sisters. They also denounce impunity, demand the clarification of the truth as a basis for comprehensive reparation and non-repetition, and the recognition of the existence of these crimes, as well as individual responsibility and that of the military institution in the planning, execution and cover-up of crimes. systematic and widespread violence against the civilian population in order to show operational results. We invite you to delve into its contents in our digital version