The decision blocks modifications to the peace deal, stymieing right-wing opponents of President Juan Manuel Santos who have long rejected the accord.
Luis Jaime Acosta
Colombia’s FARC rebels hand over nearly all weapons to the UN, ending role in half-century war that killed more than 220,000 and displaced millions.
More than 6,000 FARC fighters are set to finish arriving at UN camps in the coming days to hand over weapons and begin reintegration programmes.
The Colombian government has joined forces with the FARC rebels in order to end the cultivation of coca as part of the peace deal between the two.
The ELN rebel group in Colombia is ready to call a ceasefire and begin peace talks with the government, ending years of conflict between the two.