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The Transitional Justice Peace Agreements Database.  
 
Database - Record for : Press Communiqué Issued Following the Geneva Meeting Presided over by the Secretary General between Representatives of the Government of El Salvador and of the Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación nacional ('Geneva Agreement')
Record 399

Country :

El Salvador

Agreement Title/Name:
Press Communiqué Issued Following the Geneva Meeting Presided over by the Secretary General between Representatives of the Government of El Salvador and of the Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación nacional ('Geneva Agreement')
Year :
1990
Date Signed :

4 April 1990

Summary :

Parties agree principles for peace negotiations


Parties :
Govt of El Salvador (GOES), Frente Farabundo Marti para la Liberacion Nacional (FMLN)
Third Parties :
Statehood/Identity :
Not Applicable
Governance/Democratic Inst :
Not Applicable
Women :
Not Applicable
Amnesty :
Not Applicable
Past Mechanism :
Not Applicable
Prisoner Release :
Not Applicable
Victims :
Not Applicable
Criminal Justice Reform :
Not Applicable
National Human Rights Inst :
Not Applicable
Human Rights Framework :
Not Applicable
Judicial Reform :
Not Applicable
Policing :
Not Applicable
Refugees/Land :
Not Applicable
Civil Society :
6. 6. The Government of El Salvador and FMLN agree that the political parties and other representative social organizations existing in El Salvador have an important role to play in the attainment of peace. They also recognize the need for both the Government and FMLN to maintain appropriate, ongoing information and consultation mechanisms with such parties and social organizations in the country, and that the latter must undertake to preserve the secrecy necessary to the success of the dialogue process. When it is deemed appropriate and on the basis of mutual consent, the commissions may call upon representatives of these parties and organizations in order to receive their inputs. 7. The Government and FMLN likewise recognize that it is useful for the Secretary-General to maintain contacts with Salvadorian individuals and groups whose input may benefit his efforts.
Dev& Socio-Economic Rights :
Not Applicable
Enforcement Mechanism :
Intermediary role for UNSG.
International Community :
UN Involvement :
Talks mandated by SC res 637 (27 July 1989), faciliated by UNSG, and signatory to agreement; commits to active participation in further negotiations; UNSG may maintain confidential contacts with govts of member state that can contribute to successful negotiations. 7. The Government and FMLN likewise recognize that it is useful for the Secretary-General to maintain contacts with Salvadorian individuals and groups whose input may benefit his efforts.
Source :
USIP


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