Central American Peace Process : an Interview with Sr. David Escobar Galindo by Jean Krasno
Respected and renowned author, David Escobar Galindo (El Salvador, 1943- ), served as President Alfredo Cristiani's personal representative to the Comisión de Diálogo (the Dialogue Commission) during the Civil War in El Salvador. In this capacity, he was a significant figure in 1992 peace talks between the El Salvador Government and the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN), which eventually paved the way for end of the twelve-year civil war in El Salvador.
In this interview, conducted on 21 January 1997, Mr. Escobar Galindo discussed the Peace Accords, his role in the negotiation process, other actors involved and the implementation of the resulting agreements.
Comisión Nacional para la Consolidación de la Paz (El Salvador) - Contadora Group - UN. Group of Friends of the Secretary-General on El Salvador - Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional-Frente Democrático Revolucionario (El Salvador) - OAS - UN Observer Mission in El Salvador - PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS - NEGOTIATION - EL SALVADOR SITUATION - ORAL HISTORY - CENTRAL AMERICA SITUATION - DISPUTE SETTLEMENT - MEDIATION - ELECTIONS - Cristiani, Alfredo - Soto, Alvaro de - Arias Sánchez, Oscar - Pérez de Cuéllar, Javier - Pérez, Carlos Andrés
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