Peruvian Prime Minister Cesar Villanueva affirmed the life sentence on Shining Path terrorist group leaders must ensure the population never forgets the years of terror the Inca country had gone through.
"(…) This history must not repeat itself ever again," the high-ranking official expressed via Twitter.
"No more terrorism," he added.
It must be noted Moises Limaco Huayascachi remains a fugitive from justice, whereas Elizabeth Cardenas Huayta was acquitted of the charges.
The guilty ones will have to pay S/6 million (US$1.8 million) in reparations to the Peruvian State and the bombing victims.
Guzman was captured on September 12th, 1992, marking the defeat of Shining Path —the most bloodthirsty and cruel terrorist group the country has ever seen.