The operational issues, which were Country Email List placed at the end of the negotiating agenda, were linked to the demobilization and incorporation into legality of the guerrilla units. Also, The negotiations established mechanisms to link civil society Country Email List organizations. First, they were incorporated through a round of dialogues with the insurgency, which made it easier for the guerrillas to find points of agreement with the social organizations. Subsequently, the Civil Society Assembly was held, a space in which for the first time Country Email List organizations, groups, and peoples were able to dialogue and develop proposals for solutions to the country's problems.
The Assembly produced consensus Country Email List documents on each of the topics of the negotiation. Although they were not binding, these documents made it possible to verify the real scope of each of the agreements. Before negotiating the Country Email List substantive issues, several agreements framed in the defense of human rights were signed. In March 1994, the Global Agreement on Human Rights was signed, which entered into force immediately and gave rise to the deployment of the United Nations Mission for Guatemala (MINUGUA), whose Country Email List presence not only contributed to the reduction of human rights violations , but rather created an environment conducive to participation and social mobilization.
In June of that same year, the Agreement for the Country Email List resettlement of the populations uprooted by the armed confrontation was signed, under which the organized return and in decent conditions of the thousands of families that Country Email List had to be displaced by the counter-insurgency campaigns was institutionalized. Also in June 1994, The Agreement on the Establishment of the Commission for the Historical Clarification of Country Email List Human Rights Violations and Acts of Violence that have caused suffering to the Guatemalan population was signed.