Pastor Alape wins the presidency against claims for his old alias – Cortes – Justicia

(In context: Ex-Farc file lawsuit against the process of delivery and custody of goods)

This entity demanded that he use that name, which was his alias in the war, and not the first name he had before: Jose Lisandro Lascarro. According to the Presidency and the Ministry of the Interior in a process “the use of an alias or pseudonyms in a judicial process, usually used by those who proceed outside the law, cannot be allowed.”

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The Council of State determined that there is nothing irregular since Alape, already reincorporated and as a member of the Territorial Spaces for Training and Reincorporation, was officially registered as Pastor Lisandro Alape Lascarro, and this is duly indicated in the National Registry of the Civil Status.

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“The Office will clarify in the operative part of this provision that the plaintiff is Mr. Pastor Lisandro Alape Lascarro,” said the high court when resolving that difference and citing the initial hearing for next March 4 within the framework of the process.

The high court is studying a lawsuit against a section of the decree that established the rules of the game to administer the assets with which the disappeared guerrilla will materially repair the victims.

This is Article 4 of Decree 1407 of 2017, which states that the demobilized persons who at the time signed the inventory of the assets of the Farc “They must guarantee the material delivery of each asset included in it and will be responsible for its care and integrity until such time as such material delivery is made. For this purpose, they must designate some delegates who are in charge of this process.”

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The judicial action is also directed against the first article of decree 1080 of 2020, which modified that of 2017, noting that the former members of the Farc that at the time they signed the inventory of goods “must guarantee the material delivery of each good included in it and will be responsible for its care and integrity until such time as such material delivery is made.”

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The appeal explains that the assets must pass to the autonomous patrimony provided for in Decree Law 903 of 2017, which has not been created, therefore it is up to the Government to incorporate and safeguard the assets. goodsAfter the delivery of the inventory, it must fall to the Government.

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