Columbia’s president won the Nobel peace prize was a peace agreement referendum rejected the original title: the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize: Columbia’s president Santos and brother Wu contributed to the peace agreement in Norway announced the Nobel committee chairman Feiffer in October 7th, the 2016 Nobel peace prize was awarded to Columbia’s president Juan · Manuel · Santos, in recognition of its being made to end the country’s 50 years of civil war effort. At least 220 thousand people have been killed and more than 6 million have been displaced. Pfeiffer read the decision of the Nobel Committee said that despite all difficulties and hardships, Columbia people never give up hope for peace seeking justice. The award can also be seen as a tribute to the people of Columbia and to all parties involved in the peace process. Pfeiffer pointed out that Santos initiated negotiation brother government and the revolutionary armed forces of Columbia (hereinafter referred to as "brother Wu") signed a comprehensive peace agreement. Despite the peace agreement in a recent referendum has not been passed, but this does not mean the end of the peace process, most of the voters just against a particular peace agreement, instead of rejecting the desire for peace. After years of peace talks, the government of Columbia and the Colombian rebels guerrillas in September 26th this year, the signing of a peace agreement, marking the end of the armed conflict between the two sides for half a century. But this month, 2, Columbia on whether to support the peace agreement to hold a referendum. Results showed against the votes of more than votes, not by agreement. Columbia’s president Juan · Manuel · Santos results showed against the number of votes more than votes. In accordance with the provisions of the Congress of Columbia, the peace agreement must be approved by winning no less than 13% of the vote, and must be more than the votes, otherwise the result is invalid. Columbia’s president, Santos, made a speech, admitting that the peace agreement had not been passed. But he said that the Colombian government and the Colombian army signed a ceasefire agreement is still valid, he will listen to different views of the opposition, and called on all parties to continue to support the peace process. "Brother Wu" leader Rodrigue · Londono in the Cuban capital Havana that day said, "brother Wu" deeply sorry about the result of the referendum, but the organization will remain committed to maintaining peace. The referendum is also regarded as a political struggle between the Santos government and former president Uribe led the opposition. Santos called for peace talks as the initiator, the people voted for the brother of peace, but the opposition led by Uribe believes that the peace agreement to the rebels to compromise too much, for the victims of injustice, urged the public to vote against. The referendum failed to pass a peace agreement, which means that the Colombian government and the Colombian army lasted 4 years of peace talks failed. In 2012, in Cuba and Norway as a guarantor, Venezuela and Chile as an observer of the mediation framework, the two sides began talks in the Cuban capital Havana. In June 23rd this year, the two sides signed the final ceasefire agreement, and in Havana in August to reach a final comprehensive peace agreement. But whether the content of the peace agreement is legitimate, and ultimately will be decided by referendum. ".