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Chapter 3, Americas. Abstract During , the United Nations continued to advance the cause of lasting peace, human rights, sustainable development and the rule of law in the Americas.
In Guatemala, following the establishment of a joint UN office for monitoring and reporting human rights in the country, the Government and the United Nations signed, in December , an agreement to create an International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala. Although the political and security situation in Haiti remained challenging, significant progress was made in the democratic process, with the holding of successful national, municipal and local elections.
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The new Government launched its long-term agenda for the modernization of the State and economic rebirth, as well as plans for improving living conditions in Haiti and reforming the Haitian National Police HNP. In response to a request by the President for development support, a high-level delegation from the Caribbean Community Caricom visited Haiti and discussed prospects for the full integration of the country into that organization, including the common market.
Despite the political progress achieved, the security situation in the country remained precarious. The Mission's mandate was expanded to accommodate its post-electoral role in Haiti, which related to HNP reform, ensuring a safe and stable environment and strengthening State institutions.