Former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe announced this Friday that he had overcome the coronavirus. He then agreed to go “to jail” to defend “the freedom of Colombia” if necessary, which alludes to the trial against him for fraudulent proceedings and bribery of witnesses.
“Thank God I got over the coronavirus, thank you dear doctors, thank you Sura,” he reported via Twitter and stated that he still has a certain “physical weakness” that he hopefully can overcome soon.
Uribe used the message to warn of the “big virus” of justices Barceló and Reyes involved in this case and the youth of the FARC, the political party that emerged from the extinct guerrilla, adding that he was them with “the” antibiotic fights the truth. “
He has also referred to the recent judicial movement in which the Supreme Court (CSJ) ordered his house arrest, which the Supreme Court has already told Congress to suspend Uribe from the position of Senator. “To go to prison for the sake of Colombia’s freedom,” he said.