Bogota court ordered Colombia’s government to fulfill its obligation to protect human rights defenders and community leaders as agreed in a peace deal with former FARC rebels in 2016.

A group of 10 social leaders had filed a petition in December in which they demanded the government of President Ivan Duque to comply with the deal to protect social leaders and dismantle paramilitary structures that threaten them.

Duque’s far-right party, the Democratic Center, is a fierce opponent of the ongoing peace deal.