Furthermore he won the first round of the presidential election, but narrowly lost the second round. Cultivating the power achieved and the resonance of his messages among a broad sector of public opinion, CD led the campaign for the “No” in the plebiscite that President Juan Manuel Santos called two years later for citizens to endorse the agreements of peace. After the “No” victory in the plebiscite, the government and the FARC had to renegotiate the Agreement on the basis of the proposals of the winning coalition.
However the only modification that could not be accepted in Havana was precisely the one whose message had more resonance among Uribismo: opposition B2B Fax Database to “peace with impunity,” that is, to the political participation of former guerrilla commanders, without who had in the framework of transitional justice. The new Peace Agreement was then quickly ratified by Congress, which was taken advantage of by the opposition, led by the former president and now Senator Uribe, to create the feeling that Santos, the FARC and the parties of the government coalition they had not honored the will of the people.
From that moment on, and given the urgency of the next electoral contest, the government coalition gradually eroded and the legislative impetus required for the implementation of the Agreement faded. Although a good part of its central elements managed to materialize, many others were left truncated. Among the latter, those that sought to achieve greater political participation of social organizations in the territories most affected by the conflict and those that established more robust security measures for social leaders and ex-combatants stand out.