EFE | Havana

Colombia's FARC rebel group said Tuesday that they will accept no peace treaty that envisions sending insurgents to prison simply for having taken up arms to battle what they saw as injustice.

"Let it be known that no accord is possible that would impose a single day in prison for any guerrilla for having exercised the right to rebel, a precious gift of humanity, in order to end the injustices our people have suffered," the FARC delegation taking part here in peace talks with the Colombian government said in a statement.

Rebel negotiator Rodrigo Granda (c.) of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, said in Havana Tuesday that no peace accord with the Colo
Rebel negotiator Rodrigo Granda (c.) of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, said in Havana Tuesday that no peace accord with the Colombian government is possible "that would impose a single day in prison for any guerrilla for having exercised the right to rebel...in order to end the injustices our people have suffered." EFE/File
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