Bogot Colombia. – The National Unemployment Commission has blamed the government of Ivan Duke for stalling talks between the two parties as the 38-day anti-government mobilization came to an end this Saturday.

The committee insisted that the last meeting was closed without Duke getting the administration to sign a preliminary agreement to advance the talks.

Francisco Maltese, president of the Federal Workers’ Union, insisted that the government sign an agreement prior to guarantees of peaceful protest, and warned that if not signed, they would issue a statement to the delegates. The U.S. Commission on Human Rights’ visit to the country will begin this Monday.

The labor leader and the group’s spokesman called for an end to police brutality as violence against killings and peaceful protests continue in the country.