Drama Informe Valech. 1h | Drama | Episode aired 30 August Season 2 | Episode 9. Previous · All Episodes (24) · Next · Informe Valech Poster. Add a Plot ». “12 Días Que Estremecieron Chile” Informe Valech (TV Episode ) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. 3 Jun (8) Comisión Nacional Sobre Prisión Política y Tortura () Síntesis Informe, at page 7. (All quotations from the Comisión Report are.
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Jedes Jahr wird am 3. Commission’s report pages 69 and 70, at www. After having listened to intimate, whispered narratives, told with pain and even with tears, and after seeing the physical and psychological evidence, as well as the family and social damage — some of which can not be repaired or restituted — of so many Chileans imprisoned and tortured, we have no doubt that we had to complete this part of the truth, as well as possible, for the reparation and justice that the country owes to its brothers and sisters, and to progress along the roads of the always difficult and necessary encounter and reconciliation among Chileans 8.
Victims were tortured in police stations, military installations, schools and hospitals, among other sites. Try Fluencia, the new Spanish learning program from SpanishDict. A child who was the result of a rape while in prison was also considered a “direct victim”. If words are differentsearch our dictionary to understand why and pick the right word.
The list established by the Commission was the product of the testimony received despite the fact that previous lists of detention centers included most places.
The neutrality of this section is disputed.
Switzerland and Argentina have recently refused to extradite two ex-political prisoner to Chile, on the grounds that they might be subject to “mistreatment” in Chile. To engage in reconciliation, all individuals must have an awareness and understanding of different positions. Inin Santiago de Chile,people were detained by the armed forces.
Out of the more than 8, rejected cases, 7, people requested that their cases be revised. The majority 27, were adults during detention however children were also registered as victims, these children were either born during imprisonment or detained with their parents. This has ensured that the equilibrium of power has been maintained in Chile; there has been no loss of prestige or status for perpetrators or violating institutions, and some individuals remain in powerful positions The Commission coordinated its work with all regional and national organizations of former political prisoners, and human rights organizations, to help contact their members, and others to give testimony.
Nearly civilians disappeared during the period between and after being detained by the Chilean military and police. Of those victims who were under 18 years of age, were between 16 and 17, were 13 to15 and 88 were 12 or less. There was no official list of detention centers where victims had to have been detained for their cases to be recognized. Their previous silence does not demonstrate a lack of will to communicate on their part rather it represents a lack of will by Chilean society and government to actually listen to torture testimonies.
Four women were pregnant at the time of their arrest and were tortured; their children were considered “direct victims”. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Further, in the transition from dictatorship, some torture survivors have been able to receive personal medical assistance from the Government, others were able to regain their civil rights by challenging official documentation that presented them as criminals, while some have been accepted as viable witnesses in human rights court cases.
Victims were detained for six months, on average. Out of this group, 27, people were officially registered as victims of torture.
We’ve combined the most accurate English to Spanish translations, dictionary, verb conjugations, and Spanish to English translators into one very powerful search box. The idea that a proposed National Human Rights Foundation might be funded by victims of torture, without asking perpetrating individuals and institutions to contribute to it, seems quite inappropriate.
Given the limitations on the Report, discussed above, we would argue that Chilean society still has some way to go before it could affirm such a statement. Archived from the original PDF on It did not include any representative of the victims or members of the associations of ex-political prisoners.
This lack of exposure of detailed testimonies will mean that the Chilean population will not understand the diverse ways in which people endured detention and torture.
The associations underlined the fact that the commission worked for only six months, with vaoech little publicity, despite the UN’s demand that it accept testimony for a longer period. The Chilean justice system holds open cases of “disappeared” persons, illegal detainees, and torture victims during the dictatorial rule. The truth of torture is also tested by the fact that lists detail the tortured but do not identify torturers. The report was published on November 29, and detailed the results of a six-month investigation.
Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Then, he had second thoughts. However, the Commission’s requirement was not about the length valrch detention,the but about the political motivation for the detention or torture. Inaccurate Unclear Missing translations Missing conjugations Other. However a question may be raised about access to education. Advertisements were broadcast on inflrme and local radio and television stations and published in national and local newspapers.
As far as these groups were concerned, government officials could not be trusted to effectively represent their needs. It also inforke that thirty people “disappeared” or had been executed in addition to those recorded by the earlier Rettig Report.
Sixty percent of the ex-political prisoners were unemployed for at least two years according to studies made by ex-political prisoners’ associations. However, these rights were hard to attain and, at an official level, those who survived imprisonment and torture were not generally acknowledged.
How were victims counted?
For instance, as far as we have inforje informed 10in some countries only a few individuals gave their testimony to the Chilean Consulate while most individuals collectively agreed not to engage with the process. Three condemned agents died and six agents got conditional sentences.