bogota - Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Monday began efforts to rescue his peace with the FARC rebel movement. He collects political leaders around him to discuss the possibility of making it rejected peace agreement acceptable in a modified form, reported Colombian media.
Important partners are people from the camp of former President Alvaro Uribe. Uribe turned strongly against the agreement because he says FARC members less than a day cell need to fear for their crimes.
Sunday showed a small majority of voters in a referendum on the agreement with the FARC. The agreement was negotiating after three years and nine months concluded in Havana. It was in the presence of numerous foreign guests Monday, September 26th drawn festive. Santos thought that the referendum would be a mere formality.