"The government has demonstrated a lack of capacity to implement [them] in a timely manner, and the FARC have found it very difficult to control their structures to permanently leave the business," he said. "Today, we see a lot of drug trafficking — but with little violence."
Santos says that despite differences, people need to coexist in times of conflict, when extremism, radicalism, racism or populism might arise.
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