Foundation spokesman Ilva Myriam Hoyos, when the Court declared in
December it was “inhibited” from changing the country’s laws on the
matter, Araujo had said he was in favor of total legalization of
Since Araujo is
tasked with collecting briefs and determining if cases can go before
the Court, Hoyos argued that his actions, which included unexpectedly
changing the dates for hearings in which the public could express their
opinions on the issue, violated due process.
Foundation Futuro Colombia has denounced certain anomalies in the case
being argued before the country’s Constitutional Court to legalize
abortion. The group is demanding it be thrown out on the grounds that
one of the court’s key reporters, Jaime Araujo, has expressed a
pro-abortion view since the start of litigation.