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Negotiating agendas with demobilised guerrilla groups

A table setting out the negotiating agendas with the M-19, PRT, EPL, Quintín Lame, CRS.

A table setting out the negotiating agendas with the M-19, PRT, EPL, Quintín Lame, CRS.

Negotiating agendas with demobilised guerrilla groups

A table setting out the negotiating agendas with the M-19, PRT, EPL, Quintín Lame, CRS.


  


 



















































 


Accords


 


AGENDA


M-19

(March 9 1990)


PRT, EPL, Quintín Lame

(Jan 25, Feb 15, May 27 1991)


CRS

(April 9 1994)


‚ÄėPolitical favourability‚Äô


Special peace district
Support for electoral reform
Reaffirmed the need to reform 
the Constitution and widen 
democratic opportunities


Participation in the Constituent Assembly (delegates and spokesmen)


2 representatives in the House
Forum in Urab√° to explain the peace process with the CRS and present their proposal for the region


Justice, human rights and public order


Commissions to reform the justice system, to study the drug-trade, and study the ratification of Protocol II
Publish information on paramilitaries under the responsibility of the 
armed forces
Revision of the Statute for 
the Defence of Democracy


Commission on Overcoming 
the Problem of Violence
Support to victims of violence
Governmental Commission on Human Rights and offices of the Department in some regions
Meetings to discuss analysis and diagnosis on Human Rights


Forum to analyse the human rights situation in Colombia (leading to 
a book)


Social and judicial guarantees for ex-guerrillas


Amnesty 
Reintegration Programme (without detail)
Security Plan


Amnesty 
Reintegration Programme, specifying types of guarantees and stages
Security Plan


Judicial benefits 
(including amnesty)
Reintegration Programme (more specific and widened to include 
the nuclear family)
Security Plan


Regional and social development


National Peace Fund, to 
run programmes in zones 
of influence


Programmes in zones of influences
Inclusion of municipalities in PNR and negotiation of projects with other entities Regional plans consulted with the community


Social investment programmes in conflict zones, with community participation
Promotion of participation mechanisms for citizens


Socio-economic policies


Measures for participatory planning on, income, salaries, labour issues, housing, health, food security, campesino production and marketing


No agreement


No agreement


Verification


No agreement


National: the Constituent Assembly, public figures, and the Confederation of Evangelical Churches


International: Socialist Workers Party of Spain, Socialist International, the World Council of 
Indian Peoples


A commission comprising the National Government, the CRS and international organisations


 

Issue editor

Mauricio García-Durán

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Mauricio Garc√≠a-Dur√°n is a¬†Jesuit priest and currently Executive Director of Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), Colombia. He has spent the last 25 years researching peace processes and social mobilisation for peace in Colombia. In addition, he has worked with displaced populations for the Center for Research and Popular Education (CINEP), where he was Executive Director between 2007 and 2012.¬†He was issue editor of¬†Accord 14: Alternatives to War ‚Äď Colombia‚Äôs peace processes¬†(2004).

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