Colombians get set to go to the polls on Sunday for legislative elections in advance of a presidential vote in May.
For the first time ever, former FARC rebel fighters are running for Congress.
FARC fought the Colombian government for more than over 50 years before signing a peace deal with the government in 2016.
They gave up their weapons and turned into a political party, but their arrival in politics has proven far from simple.
Al Jazeera’s as Alessandro Rampietti reports from Tierralta, Colombia.