The Colombian Supreme Court’s order of house arrest for former President Álvaro Uribe amid allegations of witness tampering has set up a test for the independence of the country’s judiciary

The order has polarized and stunned many in Colombia, since Uribe is a close ally of sitting President Iván Duque. It’s unusual for high courts in Latin America to take on political elites of this stature.

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