Medellín (Colombia), Nov 16 (EFE) .- The president of the National Association of Businessmen (Andi) of Colombia, Bruce Mac Master, said today that he expects to see "clean elections" in which there is "dirty silver in the campaigns" including money coming from "guerrillas that has not been declared".
"The responsibility that politicians have at the moment, Congress and the candidates is very big. own Andi.
Colombia faces in 2018 the legislative and presidential elections, to which the Revolutionary Alternative Power of the Common (FARC) is presented for the first time, the party Heir political guerrilla that was formed after the signing of peace agreements with the Colombian government a year ago.
On the other hand, Mac Master told Efe that the peace agreement signed in November of last year between the Government and the FARC is "beneficial from an economic point of view as long as a general premise is fulfilled: Colombia must be a He explained that "one of the most obvious benefits is that Colombia has seen more than 30% of its territory where we could not do economic activity and nowadays. "
However, he acknowledged that there are also" challenges that go on to take institutionalism, security, democracy, citizenship, education and health. "
The elections to renew the entire Senate and House of Representatives will be held in March 2018 and the presidential elections in May in first round.