After the signing of the final agreement, a truth commission, entitled “Commission for the Clarification of Truth, Co-existing and not repeated” (Comisién para el esclarecimiento de la verdad, the convivencia y la no repeticién) would be created. Its aim is to contribute to the construction and preservation of historical memory, to understand the multiple dimensions of conflict, to satisfy the rights of victims and to promote coexistence. The Commission would focus on the victims (their dignity and the satisfaction of their right to the truth) and on their work in an impartial, independent, temporary and extrajudicial manner. There should be broad participation, which works at the national level, but with a territorial approach (with a view to a better understanding of the regional dynamics of conflict) and a differentiated and gender-based approach (it would take into account the different experiences, impacts and conditions of individuals based on their gender, gender, age, ethnicity or disability). [121] [122] In announcing the partial agreement on illicit drugs, the FARC pledged to “contribute effectively, in the strongest terms, in various forms and through practical measures, to the definitive resolution of the problem of illicit drugs and to end any relationship that might have occurred as a result of its rebellion with this phenomenon.” [104] [117] In addition, the joint communiqué states that building lasting peace requires “the willingness of all to help clarify the relationship between conflict and growth, the production and marketing of illicit drugs and the money laundering resulting from this phenomenon.” [117] On 15 December, the final agreement on the fifth item on the agenda (victims), of which Transitional Justice is a part, was finally announced by the parties to the negotiations in Cuba. It was built on the Truth Commission, the 23 September special justice for peace agreement and the October announcements on the search unit for the missing. [27] A partial agreement on political participation, the second item on the agenda, was announced on 6 November 2013.