Chapultepec Peace Agreement

Third, we know that if the socio-economic issues of an agenda get to the bottom of it, it could remain unexplained and unexplained. The cause of the war in El Salvador was class-based and was directly related to glaring differences in wealth. This could only be solved by offering greater opportunities to an increasingly noisy middle class and a working class. The problem is that the socialist philosophy of the FMLN and the government`s commitment to the principles of the free market have clashed directly. Peace talks would have failed if they had insisted on their respective philosophies. Therefore, pragmatism required that each party not insist on its political objectives during the negotiations, but that it wait for the elections to propose and implement its preferred economic platforms. External mediators should have understood the reason for avoiding a debate on socio-economic issues and insisting on international funding for the need to rebuild the country and train its people in peaceful civilian life. Aware of the need to create a set of conditions and safeguards guaranteeing the full implementation of these political agreements by both parties, the parties recognize that the rapid infantry deployment battalions were created at some point in the conflict and that their existence must therefore be reviewed in light of the circumstances. For this reason, they recognize that it is not necessary to send infantry battalions quickly into the new peace situation, so that, under these conditions, it will be possible to dissolve them and reintegrate or dismiss the personnel currently assigned to them. B. Creating a national civilian police force to maintain peace, calm, order and public security in urban and rural areas, under the control of civil authorities.

It is expressly accepted that the national civil police and the armed forces are independent and are under the authority of different ministries. 2. Other issues raised during the negotiations were referred to derivative law and other political agreements. Although the political agreements on the electoral system foreseen by the parties in the Caracas agenda have not yet been concluded, the following agreements have been concluded during the current cycle: the treaty[4] was negotiated by representatives of the Salvadoran government, the FMLN rebel movement and political parties with observers of the Roman Catholic Church and the United Nations. The peace talks were negotiated by Mr. Alvaro de Soto, the special representative of the Un secretary-general. [5] The parties state that this is a summary of the major political agreements they reached during the round of negotiations held in Mexico City between April 4, 1991 and today.- This summary must not affect, distort or contradict the text of all the agreements attached to this document. On 26 May 1994, the UN Security Council extended UNOSAL`s mandate until 30 November 1994 by Resolution 920. On 23 November 1994, at the request of the Parties, the Security Council extended the mandate for the last time until 30 April 1994 by Resolution 961. Within 30 days of the signing of the agreement to end the armed conflict, the Salvadoran government submits to the FMLN the national reconstruction plan it has drawn up to take into account the recommendations and proposals of the FMLN, such as recommendations and proposals from different areas of national life, to ensure that the plan meets the country`s collective wishes.