From yesterday’s edition of Colombia’s El Tiempo:

After doing an ‘exhaustive’ review, together with his government team, of how peace accord implementation is going so far, President Juan Manuel Santos delivered a “positive evaluation” of the development of what was agreed in Havana.

…”The detractors of the process can’t come to us and say that the peace accords’ implementation is failing,” Santos said forcefully, referring to compliance with the indicators the government has drawn up.

According to him, in the year and four months ofthe peace accord’s development, 70 percent of the 80 indicators drawn up for the first two years have been met.

For contrary views from people outside the Bogotá Bubble, see these recent reports just from April. Alarm bells are ringing.

And also, from me: