Common Alternative Revolutionary Force

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The Common Alternative Revolutionary Force (Fuerza Alternativa Revolucionaria del Común) is a communist political party in Colombia, established in 2017 as the political successor of the former rebel group the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).wikipedia
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The Common Alternative Revolutionary Force (Fuerza Alternativa Revolucionaria del Común) is a communist political party in Colombia, established in 2017 as the political successor of the former rebel group the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
One month later, FARC announced its reformation as a legal political party, the Common Alternative Revolutionary Force, in accordance with the terms of the peace deal.

Timoleón Jiménez

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In his speech, party leader Timoleón Jiménez put forth a proposal for a national transition government for the 2018–2022 term.
Rodrigo Londoño Echeverri (born January 22, 1959 in Calarcá, Quindío), most known under the nom de guerre Timoleón Jiménez and the nickname Timochenko or Timochenco, was the former supreme leader of the rebel group Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia and the current president of the Common Alternative Revolutionary Force political party with the same acronym (FARC).

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The Common Alternative Revolutionary Force (Fuerza Alternativa Revolucionaria del Común) is a communist political party in Colombia, established in 2017 as the political successor of the former rebel group the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
In October 2017, after signing the Peace agreements, the Colombian law recognized the legal status of FARC party and gave it 10 seats, 5 in each chamber, for the following two periods.

2018 Colombian parliamentary election

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FARC will be guaranteed five seats in the House and five in the Senate as part of the Colombian peace process.

Clandestine Colombian Communist Party

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The party's founding congress was held in the Bogota Convention Centre from August 28 to August 31, 2017 with the participation of one thousand delegates, including former FARC militants and members of the Colombian Clandestine Communist Party, as well as some 200 invitees from various sectors of Colombian society and delegations from left-wing groups in other countries, primarily those in Latin America and the Caribbean.
With the creation of the Common Alternative Revolutionary Force after the Colombian peace process, the party was disbanded, with its members joining the newly established political party.

Communism

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The Common Alternative Revolutionary Force (Fuerza Alternativa Revolucionaria del Común) is a communist political party in Colombia, established in 2017 as the political successor of the former rebel group the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).

Colombian peace process

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The peace accords agreed upon by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia and the Colombian government in 2016 provided for the FARC's participation in politics as a legal, registered political party following its successful disarmament.

2016 Colombian peace agreement referendum

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The party was founded after a failed referendum in October 2016 with the majority of Colombian voters voting to reject the peace agreement.

Álvaro Uribe

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The "yes" campaign to accept the peace negotiations were pushed by President Santos, while the "no" campaign to reject the agreement was backed by former president Álvaro Uribe.

Marxism

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They are looking to form a coalition with other communist groups to gain additional seats in Congress 2018, as they remain ideologically Marxist.

List of anti-capitalist and communist parties with national parliamentary representation

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