After the weekend's meeting, Uribe announced on Facebook that the movement will announce the 2014 candidate on July 30, Colombia Reports said.
Uribe is not allowed to run for a third term in 2014, and has criticized his successor, current President Jan Manuel Santos, since he took office in 2010.
"We're going to put the eggs with a different hen, because this one is letting them rot," Uribe said at a public rally a day before meeting with his allies. "We need to get to the President's Office and Congress with the Democratic Center to work on a security policy, to protect the lives of our soldiers and policemen. We need to recover security for all."
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