The Anti-Corruption Institute warns that people convicted or linked to these and other corruption cases met behind closed doors.

Camilo Enciso, Director of the Anti-Corruption Institute, spoke to Caracol Radio to present the findings of an investigation that shows that in past two years Colombia’s Finance Minister, Alberto Carrasquilla, met behind closed doors with numerous politicians convicted of ties to paramilitary organizations or for corruption, as well as with members of their families or other people close to them.