a) That the body which replaces this Commission speeds up the procedures involved in bringing before the courts the documents collected during our investigation.
b) That the courts process with the utmost urgency the investigation and verification of the depositions received by this Commission.
c) That the appropriate laws be passed to provide the children and/or relatives of the disappeared with economic assistance, study grants, social security and employment and, at the same time, to authorize measures considered necessary to alleviate the many and varied family and social problems caused by the disappearances.
d) That laws be passed which:
1. Declare forced abduction a crime against humanity.
2. Support the recognition of and adhesion to national and international human rights organizations.
3. Make the teaching of the defence and diffusion of human rights obligatory in state educational establishments, whether they be civilian, military or police.
4. Strengthen and provide ample support for the measures which the courts need to investigate human rights violations.
5. Repeal any repressive legislation still in force.