The Colombian Police and Defense Ministry have made an offset to the collective murders that have been recorded in the country since 2004, when Álvaro Uribe occupied Casa Nariño and murdered more than 1,300 people in the government and that of Juan Manuel Santos and the current president Ivan Duque.
According to the data that Colombian broadcaster Caracol Radio had access to during the Uribe government, the numbers were counted in 2005, rather than 2002, when he took office. By 2009, 889 deaths were registered in 177 massacres.
In relation to the period that Juan Manuel Santos was Head of State (2010-2018), 759 murders were committed during the 177 collective murders recorded.
In the first two years of Iván Duque’s government, there were 40 massacres in which 205 people were murdered.