MINUGUA


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MINUGUAMisión de Verificación de las Naciones Unidas de Guatemala (Spanish: UN Verification Mission in Guatemala)
MINUGUAMission de las Naciones Unidas - Guatemala (United Nations Verification Mission in Guatemala)
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When selected for MINUGUA, she made history--as Canada's first female UNMO, as the first female UNMO to serve in Latin America, and as the only female UNMO in MINUGUA.
See MINUGUA, "La Situacion de los compromisos relativos a la tierra en los acuerdos de paz," MINUGUA, Guatemala City, Guatemala, 2000; CONGCOOP/CNOC, Fontierras: El modelo de mercado el acceso a la tierra en Guatemala.
De quelle maniere la MINUGUA est-elle ntervenue sur ledit << demobilise >> et quel indice cette intervention donne-t-elle sur l'objectif vise?
The MINUGUA established projects to offer free legal interpretation and free legal assistance in order to model appropriate application of its terms; see Roger Plant, "Indigenous Identity and Rights in the Guatemalan Peace Process," in C.
In reaction MINUGUA maintained a low profile and failed to use the media adequately to explain its activities to the public.
MINUGUA is scheduled to be in Guatemala until December 2000, and its mandate could be extended if necessary.
That testimony could not have been given without the presence of MINUGUA, and there would today be little record of what happened.
MINUGUA also responded to another statement from Vielmann calling the campesinos "delinquents" linked to drug trafficking and organized crime.
With the end of the war in 1996 came new international oversight, as the UN mission MINUGUA was installed and with it a new form of media control--concentration of ownership by economically powerful interests.
From the perspective of the UN Mission in Guatemala, MINUGUA, the reduction represents the most significant change for the Guatemalan army in decades, and in line with the now overdue requirements of the provisions of the Peace Accords of 1996 that MINUGUA is in the country to monitor.
The peace accords provided only very general guidelines, which gave MINUGUA a much weaker role in verifying government compliance than was the case for ONUSAL in El Salvador.
Similar sentiments were expressed by Tom Koenigs, chief of the UN mission to Guatemala MINUGUA.