TRANISLAT I O N
REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR
MINISTRY OF PLANNING AND COORDINATION FOR
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR, MARCH 1093
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DEMOCRATIC STRENGTHENING ............................... 1
I. INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
II. GENERAL AREAS OF INSTITUTIONAL REFORM. FOR
DEMOCRATIC STRENGTHENING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Ill STRENGTHENING OF THE INSTITUCIONAUTY WITHIN
A DEMOCRATIC FRAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..................4
IV. PROGRAMS AND SUMMARY FILES OF PROJECTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
A . PROGRAMS AND SUMMARY PRQFILES OF PROJECTS OF
TRANSITORY INSTITUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :. . . . . . . . . . . . 7
B. PROGRAMS AND SUMMARY PROFILES OF PROJECTS FOR
PERMANENT INSTITUTIONS ESTABLISHEDWITHIN THE FRAME
OF THE PEACE AGREEMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
C. PROGRAMS AND SUMMARY PROFILES OF PROJECTS FOR
STRENGTHENING OF EXISTING INSlITUTlONS .................... 19
D. BASIC INSTITUTIONSOF THE PUBUC SECURITY SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
V FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEMOCRATIC
STRENGTHENING PROGRAM FOR THE PERIOD 1992- 1996 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
A. NEEDS FOR EXTERNAL FINANCINO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
B. NEEDS FOR LOCAL FINANCING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
C; NEEDS FOR TOTAL FINANCING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
- Ministry of Planning
The PeaceAgreements signed in Mexlco Clty, on lnstltutional reform, directing the change and
January 16, 1992, establish the basis to improvement of the state, which will serve as the
strengthen the saladoran democratic process, basis for the new aalvadoran society.
guaranteeing the unrestricted respect of human
rights and reunM&ion of the society, through an The great areas induded in this Institution ref~rm
specfflcframe o sfructuralreformswhich redefine
f are: Armed Forces. PuMlc Security,
and redirect certain number of Institutions, as well System, Judicial organization^ GeneralAttorney's
as create others. '
Office, and Human Rights, as well as different
Polltical, Economic and Social Concertation
This reforms derived from the agreements, Forums, all of which leads to the strengthening of
include great areas of public admlnlatration, and the instltutionaiity of the country within a
thereby constitute a macro-program of democraticframe.
11. GENERAL AREAS OF INSTITUTIONAL REFORM. FOR
A. Armed Forces n Substraction from the sphere of competency
oftheArmed Forces, ofthefunctions of public
The agreements concerning the Armed Forces,
include structural, doctrinal and educational n Substractionfrom the sphere of competency
reforms, directed to redefine the role of the of the Armed Forces, the functions of
institutionwithin the context of a democratic and intelligence of the State.
peaceful society; as well as to obtain the
maximum professionalismof its members; and to a Dissdutlonof paramilitary entities.
define with greater clarity bsubordinationto cMI
law emphasizing Its instrumental but not decisive a Reduction of the Armed Forces, in
character In the political field as well as its accordance with the plan presented.
permanent condltlon in the senrice of the nation.
n Modernization of the educational system of
As concretereforms of structural order, there are: the Armed Forces, whereby the plans and
programs of study designed for training and
DemocraticStrengtheningProgram Page 1
lnstructlons, be orlented for Integral tralnlng of Its personnel at all levels, demandlng
formation. also a whde operational and territorial structure
for the compliance of its lnstkutlonal mandate.
a Reorgankatlon of the Inspector General of
the Armed Forces for an effective operation Intheflrst monlent anddurlngthe transition stage,
of the sams. the PMC wlll be under the direct authority of the
Pmidency o the RepuMlc, and afterwards It wlll
r-~ EstaMlshment of fin ).ionor Tribunal of the be ascribed to a new Ministry oi Internal Affairs
Armed Forces to judge ads tlrat, wlthout and Publlc Security, whlch means that the actual
being necessarily punishable, be contrary to Mlnlstry of InternalAffairs will be restructured.
mllltary honor. This, without prejudice of the
mllttary subjsctlon to justice tribunals.
C. Electoral System
On the other hand, In relatlon to the Armed
Forces, the following agreements are noted:
The frame of the Instltutlonal Reform In this area
n A depuration process of Armed Force Includes a general project of reforms for the
dectoral.system,which hasasfundamental basis
members, by an ad-hoc commission.
the establlshlnent of an Supreme Electoral
Regulation by law to he emitted, of private Coarncll whlch will -results In the modernization
security services, dlres'ted to guarantee the and sfflclency for the prepadtion, organization,
clearness of sakl actlvfties, as well as its strict updatlngand publication of the wrional electoral
adherence to the law and the respect of rwlstry.
a Cancellation of permits to particulars, for 1 D. Judlclal Organlam
carrying Armed Force weapons for private
use a d recollection of the same. The lnstltutlonal Reform In thls area Is meant to
Improve the central aspects of the legel system,
from a reform tendlng to Implant a new
B. Public Security organization of the Supreme Court of Justice,
where the most relevant currents of legal though
The safekeeping of peace, tranquility, order and wlll be represented, as a periodlc renovatlon of Its
puMlc security, In urban as well as ruralareas, will members. Also, the Natlonal Judlclary
be the responsibility of the NatlonalCMlfan Pdlcy Council will be reorganized and
(PNC), whlch will be underthe dlrectlonof cMlfan reconceptuallzed, whereby it assures Its
authorities, becomlng a new body In all Its Independence from State organisms and
dlmenslons: In Its organlzatlons, charts, political parties, givlng It new responslbllltlen,
forrnatlan and tralnlng mechanisms, as well as In such as the conductlon of the new school of
its doctrine, demanding also a whde operatlonal legal tralnlng, whose general objective wlll be
and territorialstructureto complywith lnstitutlonnl to Insure the contlnuous Improvement of
mandate. Also ,the estaMlshment of the National profosslonal tralnlng of judges and other legal
Academy for Publlc Securtly is necessary, for the o f f i c i a l s , as well as 0 9 t h o s e
Minbtry of Planning
composingthe Qeneral Attorney's Office of the Republlc. The legal regime, personnel trainirrg,
Republlc; ail of these within a concept of organkition lines, operating directions and, in
improvement and extension of the administration general, the doctrine of the organism will be
of justice. framed wlthin itre democratic prlncipies, the
notionof State Intelligenceas a function of this for
the common good, foroign to ail poilticai,
Genemi AttomeY'8 'Or the ideologicai, so cia^ position consideration, or any
Defenrre of Human Rights other discrlmlnation; and of the arlct respect of
hut& rights, and therefore the assignment of
The establishment of the mechanisms to resources for Its organizatioh as well as its
guarantee human rights, an essential point in the functioning will be necessary.
social reconceptuallzation of the, State, makesthe
new inalMion, 'he General AndmW'8 Office for
Defense of Human Rights, m r ~ ~ g h & l o n with
nm politic,E~~~~~~~ and Soclrl
ample physicaldispersion inthe nationalterritory,
to look for the respect of these rights.
The process of peace derived, through the
negotiating mechanism, in Wlitlcal agreements
F. General Attorney of the Republlc which will be complied and will take place
according to yl lv
&r determined schedule.
A new organism is established under the I in this sense, the Natlonal Commission for the
operating directlon of the General Attorney's Consolidation of Peace (COPAZ) is in charge of
Office of the Republic: the Criminal investigation supervising the schedule and the implementation
DMsion, which will be in charge of investlgatlng of the Agreements, as well as develop certain
criminal acts and coliectlngproof to MenlH) 31- aspects related with electoral legislation, land,
responsible for the same. This DMsion will also National CMI Pdice, and the Installation of the
practlce invemlgations or other actloris d thelr EconomlcSoclal Concertation Forum.
competency required by the Generel Attomey of
the Republlc, Judges and Coutts. The a m 8 of The democratic reunification of the sakidoran
attentbn of this; DMslon, Mi be organized in society, has as one of L basic requisttea, the
accordance to punishable acts with the hlgheat economic and social sustained development of
social incidence, counting with the necessary the country, needing a high degree of tloclal
technical assistance to fuifiil said functions. cohesion to accede to this development.
Counting with a minimum platform concerted in
central points of State pdlcy, tending to faclttate
0. IntelligenceState Organl8m the solutions of the agrarian problem, in credtt for
the agricultural sector, as well as those measures
The intelligence services of the State, will be to amortize the social cost of the programs of
confined to a new entity, subordinated to cMI structural adjustment, among others, is
power, under the authority of the President of the -rye
Ministry of Planning
Ill. STRENGTHENING OF THE INSTITUCIONALITY WITHIN A
#I the reforms already mentlor~ed, based on
are 3. Commission of the True.
the evolution of the constitutional legal frame,
through the transformation of primary Judiclary 4. indemnlzations.
norms and the establishment of new ones,
retlected in the Peace Agreements and which
imply an structural development of almost all the
5. incorporation of.ex-combatant8 to cMI life.
6. Forumfor Economicand Social Concertation.
public instltutions of the country, with these
suffering specific redlmensioning, expanston of
functions and a whde series of characteristics B. Permanent lnstitutlons which will
which will impel and fortlfy the democratic be established within the frame of
process as well as insure the condklation of the the Peace Agreements.
peace in El Salvador.
is for this reason that the present Program, also 1. intelligence Organism of tho State. (OIE)
indudes some institutions that although are not
explicitly mentioned within the Peace and Judiciary
2. National Judlclary ~outicil
Agreements, their strengthening Is considered of Training School.
vttal importance for the consdidation of peace,
3. National Attorney's Offlce for the Defense of
final goal of the whde process.
The whole conglomerate of instltutlons induded
implicltiy and explicitly in the Peace Agreements,
C. Strengthening of Exlstlng
can be classified in three categories in relationto
their temporality, permanenceand strengthening
to those already existing. Bythetr dimension and
importance the Natlonai Chril Policy and the 1 Strengthening of the Judiclal Organism.
Academy for Public Security are presented as a
fourth category. Based in that criteria, tha 2. Strengthening of the Legislathre Organism.
mentioned classification Is the fdlowing:
3. Strengthening of the Supreme Electoral
A. Transitory Commlsbion8 and
4. Other Democratic instltutions.
Institutions to consolidate the
Peace Agreements. a. Ministry of internal Affairs and Public
1. COPAZ and subcommisstons.
b. Mllltary Schod Academic Councfl.
2. Ad-hoc commission.
c. Armed Forces Honor Court. ( 2. National C M Pdlce.
d. Criminal InvestigationDlvlslon.
E. Total Financial Needs tor the
e. Strengthening of the Judiciary System. Establishment and Strengthening
f. Armed Forces Inspector General.
of Democratic Institutions.
An estlmate of total flnanclal needs for the
democratlc strendthenlng o the country's
Security System. Institutlonallty, Is presented inthe fdlowlng chatt.
1. Natlonal Academy of PuMic Security.
GENERAL ITEM mTAL
1. Transitory Comlsslons and Institutions
estaMlshed to consolidate the Peace
2. Permanent lnstltutions whlch will be
established wtthln the frame of the Peace
3; Strendhsnlna of exlstina institutions 52.3
4. Basic Instltutlonsof the Publlc Security
System (National Academy of Public
Securb and National CMI Police) 273.1
IV. PROGRAMS AND SUMMARY
PROFILES OF PROJECTS
Dernocntic Strengthening mn
A. PROGRAMS AND SUMMARY PROFILES OF PROJECTS
OF TRANSITORY INSTITUTIONS
Mlnirtry of Planning
1. COMMISSION FOR THE CONSOLIDATION OF PEACE (COPAZ)
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM: The task of consolMatlng peace, democracy and
modernizing State Institutions, represents the
baslc JustMcatlonof this prograb.
The NatlonalCommlsslonfor the Consolklationof
Peace (COPAZ), needs economic resources for
its operatlon and that of its subconmlsslons.
AREA OF INFLUENCE:
COPAZ as well as its subcomml~lons require
Installations, speclallzed technical assistance in The areas that wlil be strengthened with the
the different action areas, as well as support with Implementation of the program, are:
personnel and work rnaterlal.
I a. Handlcapped, when preparlng the
legislative pr4ects assisting them, as well
aa relatives of the dead.
The process of pacification arrived at, throughthe b. Electoral, through the development of
negotiation mechanism, In political agreements leglslatlon In agreement with the structural
which will be complied and executed according modernizationof the State.
to a previously determined schedule.
c. PuMlc Security, through the establishment
COPAZ Is the entlty In charge of supenrislng the of the NatlonalCMI Pdlceand the National
I schedule and the execution of said agreements, Academy for Public Security for
as well as develop certaln deflned tasks In the profetisional tralnlng.
Agreements and their lmplementatlon laws.
These tasks Include the development of speclRc d. The improvement of the Irregular situation
judicial laws, which will become the modemWng of agrarian proprietorship.
elements of the new sahradoran aoclety.
e. The installation of the Forum for Economic
and Soclal Concertation.
Objective: Supewlslon of the Commlsslon, for the compliance of all pdltlcal
agreements reached by the parties durlng the process of negotiation.
Requirement: Financial support for the operation of the subcommlsslons, as well as
the development of actMtles Included In the peace procese.
Cost: U S 2.5
SourcesPlears 1992 la 1994 1995 1996 TOTAL
a. Local 0.5 0.5 *
b. External 0.6 0.8 0.6 2.0
a Regular Budget
P ~ ~ Uin Millions of Dollars
2. AD-HOC COMMISSION FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE ARMED FORCES
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: whlch two milttarles of undisputed democratic
trayectory wlll also participate, who will only have
access to the dellberatlons and who will be
Developa processto evaluate the membersof the appointed by the PresMent of the Republic.
Armed Forces and to measure the competence
and professional capacity of the members of the
inatitutlon, so that it has the ideal human
resources in Its new mission of peace.
The need to count with the flnanclal resources for
This evaluation wlli be based in the profmlonal ' the development of the evaluation process, is the
history of each officer, through first, the revision fundamental pointwhlchwill guaranteethe results
of his service background, with partlcular of the same, therefore this Commisslon requires
emphasis In the obsemnce of judicial order and proper Installations, technical asslstance and
the respect of human rights; second, of his lmplementatloncapacity,
professional competence; and third, of hls
aptitude to act in the new reality of peace. AREA OF INFLUENCE:
The evaluation will be carried out by thrw chrlllan
members of undisputed democratic trayectory The lnvestlgatlon and revlslon of the files of the
which make up the Commlsslon for Evaluatlon, In Armed Forces, as well as the lnforrnatloncomlng
from any source that in Its judgment Is reliable.
Ad-Hoc Commission for Evaluatlon of Armed Forces
,Executor: Presklency of the Republic
Objecthre: Develop an evaluation of the members of the Armed Forces to purge
Requirement: Provide financial assistance for the acthrities developed by the Ad-Hoc
Commlsslon, while the evaluation process lasts and the results of the
same are obtained.
SourcedYeam 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 TOTAL A
. a. Local
b. External 0.1 0.1
Democratic Strengthening FWgmrn
Mlnirtty ol Plmn~ng
3. COMMISSION OF THE TRUE
appolnted by the United National General
Secretary, who will a r t y out lnvestlgatlon work
with the asalstance of all the' authorltles and
Provlde the flnanclal resources to the
sectors of the country, with the objectbe of
Commlsslon, to obtain the requirements to
deterrnlnlng the tnle of what happened, through
comply with their mlsslon. Installations,
the knowledge of moral true, whlch will be
transportation, personnel, mateylals, are the
presentedIna reportwhich will must havea ample
various Items whlch will be needed for Its
national and Internationaldlvulgatlon.
The objective of all this effort will be to eradicate
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM impunity.
Serious incidences of violence whlch have AREA OF INFLUENCE:
occurred in the countty since 1980 have caused
great social commotion. In these Incidencesthe The Commlaslonwill haveto make lvestlgations,
Identity of the authors was never determined,
collect dedaratkns, carry out Inepectlons, etc.,
therefore impunity became a great actor In the
which requlrer, movlng and the development d
negative influence in the country. The peace specific works for different cases of situations to
agreements determined the establishment of a
Commlsslon made up of three noted democratic
penonallties, lnternatlonally recognized and
CmmIssion o the Tme
Executor: Presidency d the Republic
Objective: lnvestlgate the Incidents of violence which have occurred since 1980
and whlch caused great social commoSlon, to seek and establish the
Requirement: Financethe w n of the commlsslon
Sou~eam 1092 1W3 1994 1995 1996 TOTAL
b. E~temal 0.33 0.33
TOTALS: 0.33 ,
Democratic Shcagthming P q p m .
P 11 / 2
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM: n Some members of the army and immediate
Within the frame of constitutional reforms,
resultingfrom the Agreements of Chapultepec, Is
contemplated that the size of the Armed Forces
will be adjusted to its constItutlona1 miselon in The peace agreements establieh the amount of
times of Pace. This means a new organization of the indemnization will be the equivalent of one
the Armed Forces, including the reduction of .b year of salaries correspondingto each member of
personnel in its different categories, senrice8 or the Armed Forcesand security corps discharged,
specialties. The lndemnirationof all the members therefore It will be necessary to count with the
discharge on account of thls reduction, will be flnanclal resources to address this compromise.
equivalent to one year of their monthly salary.
AREA OF INFLUENCE:
The indemnitatlonwill be in gradual form, for the
following personnel: The indemnization process will include the
members of the Armed Forces, and members of
interior Police the Public Securlty corps of the entire country.
Executor: Presidency of the Republic
Objective: indemnify that Defenseor Public Securlty Pemnel, whose discharge
is due to the Peace Agreements.
Requirement: Finance for indemnizatlon
.Sourcesr/ears 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 TOTAL
b. External 18.75 12.5 8.75 40.0
Amounts in Milliom of D o l h
Mlnlrtry ot Ylvnn~ng
6. HUMANASSISTANCE FORTHE CARE OF FMLNCONCENTRATIONAREAS
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM: I JUSTIFICATION:
~Durlng period for
the of the armed conflict, It will be indlspensable to count wlth flnanclal
the members d the Frente F~abundo Mart[ p r ~ a o u r m to
r for thw contingenc188.
la Uberacl6n Naclonal (FMW), wlll concentrate
themselves h16 sltes dlatrlbutedinall the natlonal
territory, awaltlng their relncorporatlon, Mhin a AREAOF INFLUENCE:
frame of full legality, to clvll, polltlcal and*
lnstitutlonal ltfe of the country. Many of these The areas Indicated, where the FMLN forces wlll
excombatants will be accompanied by thelr be concentrated beglnnlng February 7, are: La
respective famllles In the places prevlouely Reyna, Dulce Nombre de Marla and Sen Antonlo
Indlcated for thelr concentratlon, whlch will Loa Ranchos In the Dept. of Chaletenango; El
require the provlsslon of assistance In relation to Palsnal, Dept. of San %hador; S M , Nueva
supply of foods and basic servlcea. Eventhough Gnnada, San Agustln, San ~r!anclko Javler, La
the cost of lnstalllng and malntalning of the Pek, La8 Madas and Jocote Dulce, Depte. d San
FMW's ex-combatants to these places Is left Mlguel and UsulutBn; Cerro Quatap, Dept. of
under the responslbllity of the same Front, It Is CumtlBn; El Zepote and Santa Marta, Dept. d
deemed necessary to count wlth an amount of CabaAae; Santa ClamandTecduca, Dept. of San
resources to allow assistanceandlor prwislonof Vicente; Cant6n El Carmen, Dept. of la Psz;
corttlngency requirements. Perquln, Jocoatlque, Lor, Castlllos (Yamabal) and
Las Isletas, Dept, of MwazBn.
Human SupportAssistance for FMW
LExecutor: Presidency of the RepuMk
Objective: Cogssistence to cover t h e emergency demands of the FMLN'a
Requirement: Count wtth the resourn to sdve specMc unforseen negde In saM
Soccrcea/Years 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 TOTAL ,
b. External 0.5 0.6
6. FORUM FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONCERTATION
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM= order to propose solutlon to the problems
resulting from the armed conflict Inthe laat years.
In summary, the forum wlll be the mechanism In
WIthln the search for an integral consdMation of 1 charge of concertatlng measures to alievlate the
the peace, the concertatlon wlll be a sustained I soclal cost of the structural adjustment program.
effort and a process, Thereby the forum for
Economic and Social Concertation will be
established, wlth equal partlclpatlon from
governmental, private enterprise and labor
sectors, in order to obtain a set of ample The lnstallatlonof the Forum,demands resource8
agreements tending to economic and social I to establish a Secretariat to provide technical
development of the country for the benefit of all assistance and assure the co~lnulty Its work,
ite Inhabitants. as well as equlprnent and other expenses
' necessary for the developmgnt of Its functions
Among other aspects, the Forum will have under and actlvltles.
ite responslblllty the revisions of the legalframe In
labor matters to promote and maintain a climate AREA OF INFLUENCE:
of harmony In labor relations without detriment to
the unemployed sectors and general public.
Ukewlse, it will realize analyses of the situation of Labor, economlc and social sectom.
urban ard suburban marginal wmmunltles In
Forum for Economic end SocIal Concmtlon
Executor: F w m for Ecmrnlc and Soclal Concertatlon
Oqecttve: Achleve, through the concertation of the governmental, labor, and
privateenterpriseaec!ors, a set of ampleagreement8tendlngto Identify
the central pdnta of a long term strategy.
Requirement: Count wlth the necessary resources to obtain technical aselstance
whkh guarantees the contlnulty of the tonrrn's tasks.
,SOU~88ts 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 TOTAL
b. External 0.05 0.06 0.05 0.06 0.05 0.26 .
1 TOTALS: 0.26 -
B. PROGRAMS AND SUMMARY PROFILES OF PROJECTS
FOR PERMANENT INSTITUTIONS ESTABLISHED
WITHIN THE FRAME OF THE
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1. INTELLIGENCE ORGANISMS OF THE STATE (OIE)
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM:
Redefine the conceptlon of lntelllgence Sewices Financial resources are needed for the ae! up of
of the State, through the establishment of a new thewhole Infrastructure,from speclal lnstallatlona
organlsm, whlch will be under the authority of civil to sophlstlcated equipment for commllnlcatlon,
power. encodlng and data gathering.
The estaMlshment of thls organlsm will require a OF INFLUENCE:
whole range of economlc resourcesfor the set up
of lnstallatlons as well as the equlpment for The securltyofthe the mlntemnce
technical and sclentlflc medla. of publlc order a d the consolklatlon of the
democratic process, are the Prlnclpal area8 of
The preparation of trlned lntelllgence personnet,
actlon of State Intelligence In relatlon to the
as well technlcalassistance, are vital pointsfor Its
achlevment of common welfare and the
strengthening of the democratlc process.
InteIIIpence Orgenlsm of the Snete (OIE)
Executor: Presidency of the Republic
Objective: Eatabllshment of an Intelligence Organism of the State, subordinated
to cMI pmnrer, underthedlrectauthorityof the Preaklentof the RepuMk.,
Requirement: Flnanclng for the wtabllahment, equlprnent and operation d thls
SouWeara 19912 19a3 1094 1995 1096 TOTAL
a. Local 0.6 0.5 1.O
b. External 1.O 1.2 0.95 0.45 0.4 4.0
2. NATIONALJUDICIARY COUNCIL AND SCHOOL FOR JUDICIARYTRAlNlNQ
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM considerable financial resources for their
operatlon, In order to provide them wlth
Based on the Chapultepec Agreementswhlch Mi equlpment, inatallations ahd speclalized,
determine the new conformation of the Natlona! convenient, and proper technical amiotance for
Judiciary Council, which wlll have under Its the development of assigned tasks.
responsibility the dlrectlon of the school for
Judiciary Training, It becornea urgent and AREA OF INFLUENCE:
necessary for the Institutional strengthening of,
both entitles. in a manner that the Rrst of sald
organisms guarantees its independence from The vision of the State to have a judklary system
State organs and pdltlcal parties, and that the independent from the state, has been an
School for Judkiary Trainlng cornpllea wlth is asplrationlongawalted by sahradoran saclety. in
objecthre d Insuring a continuous improv8ment reference to the School for Judkhry Training, Its
of professional preparation of Judgesand other reglme of diredon and organbatlon ahodd be
establishedto assure Itsacademic Independence
and Its opening to the different currents of
The National Judiciary Councl as well as the
School for Judiciary Training, require
Nailonal Judlcaty Councll end School for JudIcIery T&nllnp
Executor: N e t i d Judlclaty Council
Objective: Integrate the National Judiciary Council, in order to obtain it8
lndependece from state organs and political partie8 and tje
estabiishment of a S c h d bJudkiary Trainlng and other program
for the improvement of the Judlclary System.
Requirement: flnanctal aaslatance for the achievement of goals.
,coat: U S1.
Sources/Years 1Q92 1993 1994 19QS 1996 TOTAL
b. External 30
. 1.5 1 .S 00
3. NATIONAL AR0RNEY'S.OFFICE FOR THE DEFENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM= equlpment and operation of the National
Attorney's Otflcefor the Defenseof HumanRights
The success of the peace process not only end Its affiliates In the Interior of the natlonal
depands on the reconstruction of tho country's tedtory. On'the other hand, the tralnlng and
economy, but alsoIn the respect of human rights. fomtatlon Inthb area ofhuman resourcesthat wll
For this reason, it Is of vitar Importance to count form It Is necessary, In order to guarantee Its
with an lnstttutlon that gutrantem the respect to optlmum opemtlon.
such rlghts; likewise, It Is Important to establish
the mechanisms to eradicate any' group that
practices the systematic vlolatlon af Human AREA OF INFLUENCE:
Rlghts, specially arbttrary detention, kklnapphtg,
and summary executions, as well as other forms Although the National Attorney's Office for the
of attempts against the liberty, Integrity and Defenseof Human RllQhtswill have Its main office
security of the indhrieduals. In San Wvador, !t will have agenclm dlstrlbuted
,In all the natlonel territory, to'guarantee to all
JUSTIFICATION: cltlzens the respecri of human rights.
It will be necessary to count with the financial
resources that allow the establlshment,
GenerclrAlromey's OMce tbr the Defense of Human Rl~hts
Executor: General Attorney's Office for the Defense o Human Rlphts
0bjecthre: Establishment of the General Attorney's Otfice, to Iderrtlfyanderadicate
any groups practlclng 8ystemaUc vldetfomof Human Rlgtha
Requlrernent: Finandq for the establishmentand Ave year operatJon of the General
,Sou~~esP/mra 1992 1993 1904 1995 1998 TOTAL
b. External 1 s 3.75 1.25 1.25 1.25 8.75
C. PROGRAMS AND SUMMARY PROFILES OF PROJECTS
FQR STRENGTHENING OF EXISTING INSTITUTIONS
1. STRENOTHENINQ OF THE JUDICIARY ORGANISM
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM= 1 JUSTIFICATION:
Wtthln the Peace Agreements and to asslst with I The establishment of new courts and the
the achievement of I s objwthrm, It Is of vital modernlzatlon of the existing ones, demands
Importancethe strengthening and reorganhtlon resources that will be dlreded to the acquMlorr
of the Judlclary Organism; In that sense, It of computer equipment, Infrastructure and
mcmary to create In a short term, new Peace material requlred for the good operation of the
and Flrst Instance courts, as well e.8 the j&lclary organism.
modernlzatlon and mechenlzatlon of those
already In exletence, In order to give lmmedlete AREA OF INFLUENCE:
answer to all the problems Inthe admlnistratlonof
juaSIce In the country. The judlclary field and other bthutbm related
wlth the admlnlsEFaSkn d JusSice,which are the
reaponslbllty of the Judlchy Organlam.
S W w t M i n g dthe Judlcaty O m i s m
Executor: Supreme d Justice
Objective: Establkhment of new Courts and flnanclal strengthening for the
program belng executed In the Judlclary Organh, for a prompt and
corntiledadmlnicltretlon of Juatlce.
Requirement: lnstltutknalAmktance fortheJudidaryOrganh f r modemhatlon
- , n tJtmmmIN
ad I .
Cost: u s 19.0
pOUM8ac8 1002 1983 1994 1995 1896 TOTAL
a. ~ a # l 2.2 23
. 2.4 2.5 2.5 11.0.
b. EXtmml 1.O 2Q 2.6 2.5 8.0
2. STRENGTHENINQ OF THE LEQlSLA7NE B R W I S M
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM: JUSTIFICATION:
The strengthening of the different organisms d The aforementioned modernlzatlon, so well arr all
the State, Is of vltal Importanceto guarantee the costs related with the necessary technical
success of the peace and demooratlzatlon asalstance for the tralnlng of Its members,
process In the country. In refgrence to the mqulres the cormpndlng flnanclal resources.
~e~lslatlve Organism It has a prlmary role,
therefore It 1 nsossssry to strengthen I through*
s t AREA OF INFLUENCE:
the development of actlone of pdltlcel and
pruf8~)8lonal training ofits members, aswell asthe Beingt e Orgardmdthe State, lta lnddence
modemizatlon of the different technlcal and repercutes In all dktors whkh make up the
admlnlstratlveprocesses of saki Organlam. netlonalamMt.
Strengfttenlng of the Legislablve Orggnlm
Executor: L e g w e Assembly d El Salvador
Objecthre: A c h h a hlgh technlcel-pdltlcal level In the -
I fundlon, to be
developed byth@ A8sem#y, wlthln the procemfor the corwdldaiorr d
m mand democracy.
Requirement: Obcahn the fwoums for lnatltutlonal83rengthenlng
sOUW88rs 1902 1993 1994 96
19 1998 TOTAL
a ~ooal 07
. 0.1 01
. 1.1 *
3. STRENGTHENING OF lldE SUPREME ELECTORAL COUNCIL
DESCRlPTION OF THE PROGRAM: d the existing data procegalng equlpment, as
well as Infrastructure, rnaterlals and human
resourcesrequiredfor the prock of teglstratlon,
The neorgenlratlonof the Central ElectlonCouncil
electronic proc%mlng and hulng of ldentlficatlon
to become the Supreme Electoral Councll,
slgnffler, the search to achleve dear eiectoral
processes, reflecting the m m ( l l n will d the The readequatlon of the electoral leglslatbn,
people, therefore the reform d all legIdation ghnes tho Supreme Electoral Court the need to
relating to electonel matter, will be done at s
t& enhance and extend tts functions, whkh lmplles
term, lndudlng also the modernlmtlon of the hlgh costa of Implementation.
Electoral Registry, whlch requlres for Its
preparation special elechwrk procesae&
The electoral fleld, speclal component for the
Immediateconsolklatlonof the whde democratic
The modemlzatlon of the Electoral reglatry,
demands updatlng of all Its components, which
requlres the substltutlon or eapanskm In its case,
Simngthenlnp of the Supreme Electml Court
Objectbe: Reorganize and rc#lbucture the Supreme Electoral Court, as well as
prepan the Electoral Realtitry for the 1994 elections.
Requirement: O W n -f
l support for the modemlzatlon and updating of the
EledotalReglatry,a8well asthe acquislllonofthenecessaryequlpment
- 1994 1995 1996 TOTAL
aLocsl 1.3 1.3
b. External 0.8 2.0 2.2 5.0
4. OTHER DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS
DESCRIPTION OF THE P R O G R M admlnis!ratbn a justice and consolidat& of
the peace andldemocratlc of the
Wlthln the frame d the peace agreemsnte, the =Jm-
ea2ebllahmentof serles dauKillaryInatMonathat
contribute to the consolidation and strengthanlng
of tho democmtlc process and cqnsol#aflon of
is tm the ( l om It Is IndIspnable to count wlth the f a
l g l W
can be identified: ... resources to allow the development of actSvltiea
assigned to the aforernentloned I - to
n Mlnlatryof InternalAffalmand PublicSecurity, s3tengthenthe democratic procem.
Academic Council forthe &hod* AREA OF INFLUENCE:
n Honor Court d the Anned Forces.
The areas d lnffuence wlll be publlc aecurhy and
n Office for Cllmlnal Inv&lga&m. the admlnhtratbnd JuWx88 well aa the amwd
forcee In rebSkn to Is profmbdizetlon.
n Strengthening of other lnstltutlon In the
Executive Organism, t o support the
- 1993 1994 1995 1998 TOTAL ,
&Local 3.3 3.3 3.2 3.2 13.0 ,
b. E%t~~~l 3.8 2.4 1.Q 1.Q 1.Q 12.0
0. BASIC INSTITUTIONS OF THE PUBLIC
1. NATIONAL ACADEMY FOR PUBLIC SECURITY
DESCRIP'r'ION OF THE PROGRAM: c. Investbate, study end dhnrlge rmtedd relatlng
to the Natlonal Clvll Pollce and Publlc
The Academy for PuMlc Security, wlll be a new Securtty. /
lnstltutlonwhich wlll substitute any exlstlng entlty
dedicated to the tralnlng of security corps d. Evaluate all the Natlonal Pdlce personnel
personnel. It wfll be made up by a General YrnhY.
Director, who wlll be appointed by the Presklent
d the RepuMlc, and an Academlc Council mad&
up of chrlllane; a8 well as personnel for the'
necessary admlnlstratlve support, and physlcal
Inatallatlons, equipment and technical aselstance Provlde the Academy wlth the necessary
whlch allows It to develop Its functlon In the resources for Its establishment, equlprnent and
operation, as well a6 the cmwpondingtechnical
assistance for the profesalanal tralnlng of b
Theacademyfor PubllcSecurity, accordingto the members, undertheconcept o a n e w M amrlty
Peace Agreements, wlll have the fdlowlng maln C O P .
AREA OF INFLUENCE:
a The basic preparation d InWmedtrPte, wpedor
charts and the speclallted tralnlng of the The bask preparation of chamand spectaliratkn
National CMI Pdlce. of the National CMI Pdlce, the aeledlon d b
personnel and Its evaluatlorr.
r w rl
b. Select the Natlonal CMI P d b wu ue,
2. NATIONAL CIVIL POLICE .
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM: JUSTIFICATION:
The e&abllehrnent of an only corps In charge of The program requlrea great flnanchl resourcer,
looklng after Publls Securlty, whlch wlll be for the operatlonof the NatlonalC M Pdlce, which
completely new In regards to Its structure, represent the neceeaary inveatment In
organlzatlon and operatlon, as well as It8 Installatlone, special equipment, communlccrtkn
compoaltlonand eminently ohdl character. medla, transportation, and pereonal equipment
for securlty operatbna
WlMn the flrst two yean of establiahlngthis
corps, the goal d five thoumd seven hundred AREA OF INFLUENCE:
members d badc level and 200 In the executive
and wpedor level muat be reached. Wlthln the Protect and guarantee the'free exerclse d
followingfhm years, the flnal arnounta d the WC personal dgMs and llbertler, tlgM and pmmt dl
will be achieved, they are esHmaed In 10.600 dasa of c r l m a8wdl as malntalnlntemdpeace,
members. tranqdllty, and publk mWty order In urbur and
National CMI Police
Ex8CU1or: Prwldency d the Republic and
M l n W d InCemal Allaln and Publk Securlty
Objective: E a t a b l m of a professional pdlce corps, made up cMlhns, under
the dlrw!bn d cM authority, and Independent d the A r m d F m
and Fonlgn toad pcvtyactlvhy, whom mlaakm Is IoloolcaRer pu#lc
cmlm and aewtt~. --
Requirement: Flrwndd aadobme for the e8ta&7lbhment,deployment and opercltkrr
dtfm new publk becurlty corps.
,SauTW8/YeaN 1994 1983 1994 10s 1096 TOTAL
6 L o d 24.6 a.2 33.9 30.0 127.3 *
b. Emmal a0 30.0 25.0 16,S 16.25 06.6
V. FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
PROGRAM FOR THE PERIOD
A. NEEDS FOR EXTERNAL FINANCING
PROJECT8 1992 lW3 19er 1086 1998 TOTAL
USSMILL. USSMILL UWMleC UMMIU. U S M I L L USIMIU.
A) TEMPORARY INSlTWllONS 20.28 13.30 0.96 4293
1 .COPAZ 0.60 0.80 0.60 200
2.AD-HOC COMlSSlON 0.10 0.10
3.COMMISSION OF THE TRUE 0.33' 0.33
4.1NDENMIZATIONS 18.75 1250 8.75 40.00
5,SUPPORT HUMAN ASSISTANCE
FOR THE FMLN 0.50 0.50
6.ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL FORUM
B) PERMANENT INSTITUTIONS 5.25 6.95 4.20 3.20 3.15 a
7.INTELLIGENCE ORGANISM OF
THE STATE 1.00 1.20 0.95 0.45 0.40 4.00
8.NATIONAL JUDICIARY COUNCIL
AND JUDICIARY SCHOOL 3.00 2.00 2.00 1. O
S 1-50 10.00
9.GENERAL ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
FOR HUMAN RlOHTS 1.25 3.75 1.25 1.25 1.25 8.75
C) ST%NGHTENING OF
EXISING INSmVnONS 5.70 6.40 6.60 4.40 1.90 25.00
10.JUDICIAL SYSTEM 1.00 2.00 2.50 250 8.00
12.SUPREME ELECTORAL COUNCl 0.80 200 2.20 5.00
INSTITUTIONS 3.90 2.40 1.90 1.90 1.90 12.00
D) BASJC INSTIT. PUBLIC SECU. 14.00 40.00 35.00 24.25 24.25 137.50
FOR SECURITY 6.00 10.00 10.00 8.00 8.00 42.00
15.NATIONAL CIVIL POLICE 8.00 30.00 25.00 16.25 16.25 95.50
TOTM 46.23 68.65 55.15 31.85 29.30 228.18
8. NEEDS FOR LOCAL FlNANClNa
PROJECr'S 1992 lgC)9 IdlM 1896 '1988 TQTAL'
USMILL. U S I M I U lM6W.L U88MIl.L US$MILL UWMIU
A) TEMTanPoRlrRY INSTITUVONS 0.55 0.06 0.06 0.06 0.05 0.76
1.COPAZ 0.50 0.80
3.COMMISSION OF THE TRUE
5,SUPPORT HUMAN ASSISTANCE
FOR THE FMLN
6,ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL FORUM 0.05 0.08 0.05 0.05 0.011 0.26
0) PERMANENT INsmuTlONS 0.80 QM) 1.00
7,INTELLIQENCE ORGANISM OF
M E STATE 0.60 0.50 1.00
8.NATIONAL JUDICIARY COUNCIL
AND JUDICIARY SCHOOL
9.QENERAL ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
EXISTINQINSrmmONS 4.20 5.7Cl 5.80 5.80 5.80 7s
10.JUDICIAL SYSTEM 220 2.30 240 250 250 11.90
11,ORQANO LEGlSLATlVO 0.70 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 1.10
12.SUPREME ELECTORAL COUNCl 1,30 1.30
INSTITUTIONS 3.30 3.30 3.20 3.20 13.00
0) BASIC INSTIT. PUBLIC SECU. 0
20 26.50' 3220 49
3.0 40.00 13560
FOR SECURfIY 2.00 2.00 200 1.00 1.00 0.00
15.NATIONAL CIVIL POLICE 24.50 30.20 33.90 39.00 127.80
TOTAL 6.75 3228 3.6
80 41.25 46.35 ,164.66
Democratic Strenpheniag Pmgmm
C. NEEDS FOR TOTAL FINANCING
PAOJECrS 1992 1083 1984 1996 ' 1996 TOTAL
US8Mll.L USIMIU. USSMlLL U 8 8 M U U S M I L U86MILL
A) TEMPORARY INSrmmONS 20.89 13.98 9.40 O m 0.
1.COPAZ 1.10 0.80 0.80 260
LAD-HOC COMISSION' 0.10 0.10
3.COMMISSION OF THE TRUE 0.33 0.33
4.1NDENMIUT1ONS 18.75 1250 8.75 40.00
5.SUPPORT HUMAN ASSISTANCE
FOR THE N L N 0.50 0.60
6.ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL FORUM 0.05 0.06 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.26
B) PERMANENT INSFmmONS 5.25 6.95 4-24 3.70 3.66 23.76
7.INTEUIGENCE OROANISM OF
THE STATE 1.00 1.20 0.05 0.05 0.90 5.00
8.NATIONAL JUDICIARY COUNCIL
AND JUDICIARY SCHOOL 3.00 200 0
20 1-60 1.50 10.00
9.GENERAL ATTORNEY'S OFflCE
FOR HUMAN RIGHTS 1.25 3;75 1.25 1.25 1.25 8.76
C) SlRENGHIENING OF
EXISTING INSTITUTIONS 9.90 1210 1240 10.20 7.70 6230
10.JUDICIAL SYSTEM 3.20 4.30 4.90 5.00 250 19.80
11.LEGISLATIVE ORGANISM 0.70 0.10 0.10 0.10 0.10 1.10
12SUPREME ELECTORAL COUNCl 210 20
0 220 6.30
INSTITUTIONS 3.90 5.70 5.20 5.10 5.10 25.00
D) BASIC INSm. PUBUC SECU. 16.00 66.50 67.20 59.15 4Z
FOR SECURJW 8.00 12.00 1200 9.00 9.00 50.00
1S.NATIONAL CIVIL POLICE 8.00 54.50 55.20 50.15 55.25 223.10
TWAL 51.98 08.01 93.20 73.10 7S.65 39284
, Democratic St~nphening
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