President Santos informed the guerrillas that the „politico-pedagogical“ policy demonstrations were suspended until further notice and issued an ultimatum for a final agreement to be signed on March 23, i.e. that the FARC is not ready for peace. Semana said the incident was a blow to confidence in the peace process, which came at a critical time. [69] The peace process was stimulated by the announcement of partial agreement on the second agenda item, political participation (the issue of the Constituent Assembly was not resolved). [27] On December 15, 2013, the FARC announced a second unilateral temporary ceasefire valid until January 14, 2014. [36] On December 15, the negotiating parties finally announced final agreement on the fifth agenda item (victims), which covers transitional justice. It was based on the Truth Commission, the 23 September agreement on special justice for peace and the October announcements on the missing persons unit. [27] Due to persistent differences, the deadline announced six months earlier to conclude a final agreement elapsed on March 23, without such an agreement having been announced. It was hoped that a final agreement could coincide with President Barack Obama`s historic visit to Cuba on March 20.