Central Bolívar Bloc

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Central Bolívar Bloc
(in Spanish) Bloque Central Bolívar
Participant in Colombian armed conflict
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Seal and logo of the Central Bolívar Bloc
ActiveOfficially completed demobilization in 2006.
LeadersCarlos Mario Jiménez
Iván Roberto Duque
Rodrigo Pérez Alzate
Part ofUnited Self-Defense Forces of Colombia
Opponent(s)Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
National Liberation Army

The Central Bolívar Bloc (Spanish: Bloque Central Bolívar or BCB) was a Colombian paramilitary organization and a bloc of the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (AUC).


The Central Bolívar Bloc demobilized in the early 2000s as a result of the agreement reached between the Colombian government and the AUC at Santa Fe de Ralito.

Demobilizations of the BCB
Date Front Combatants
June 30, 2005 Liberators of the South Bloc 677
September 24, 2005 Vichada Front 325
December 12, 2005 Nordeste Antioqueño Front, Bajo Cauca Front, and Middle Magdalena Front 1922
December 15, 2005 Heroes and Martyrs of Guática Front 552
January 31, 2006 Sur de Bolívar de las AUC 2523
February 15, 2006 Próceres del Caguán Front, Heroes of los Andaquíes Front, and Heroes of Florencia Front 522
March 1, 2006 Frente Sur Putumayo 504