AFDD demanda revisión de listado de informe Valech II ante inclusión de Luz Arce y Miguel Estay Reyno. por El Mostrador. 29 agosto, AFDD demanda. 18/08/ | pm de Audiencias del Palacio de La Moneda- la segunda versión del informe de la Comisión Valech sobre Prisión Política y Tortura. (8) Comisión Nacional Sobre Prisión Política y Tortura () Síntesis Informe, at page 7. (All quotations from the Comisión Report are.

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A child who was the result of a rape while in prison was also considered a “direct victim”. Of those who were officially designated as victims of torture, the following statistics can be provided: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Using UN’s definition of torture, would have meant there were aboutvictims of torture, but there is no clear source on how this estimate was made. Mai der Internationale Tag der Pressefreiheit gefeiert.

Advertisements were broadcast on national and local radio and television stations and published in national and local newspapers. 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. Starting in the s, the CNI, which succeeded DINAno longer took victims to detention centers thus, say the associations, the fact that about two-thirds of the cases of abuse that were approved by the commission took place during Detention must not have taken place in any country other than Chile.

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Such a response indicates the real need that many victims had to have their experiences officially acknowledged. Evidence was based on witness testimony, detention centre records as well as other documentation from state agencies, human rights organizations, contemporary media accounts, international bodies and the armed forces.

Their previous silence does not demonstrate a lack of will to communicate on their part rather it represents a lack vxlech will by Chilean society and government to actually listen to torture testimonies. Of those who were officially designated as victims of torture, the following statistics can be provided:.


Informe de la Comisión Nacional sobre Prisión Política y Tortura (Valech I)

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.

The commission was reopened in February for eighteen months, adding more cases. She is contactable at: At the time of detention: The distance between victims and perpetrators together with the imbalance of power and the concessions given to perpetrators all contribute to a situation in which reconciliation can not be expected to happen.

Generally, this was focused on cases where individuals could prove that they had been detained without due process, or that they were arrested under one of the special decrees created by the regime, or that they had been arrested by the DINA the secret service bodyor that they had been arrested on accusations of a regime-established crime eg.

Such actions represent an attempt to devalue the status of torturers within Chilean society — an action that should be undertaken by the government.

0211 11 January Of those, 24, were detained by Carabineros the Chilean police force for a duration of four and a half days. Commission’s report pages 69 and 70, at www.

To view the extent of the lists of torture victims is overwhelming.

Valecg a question may be raised about access to education. Proyecto Internacional de Derechos Humanos. A third of all victims faced electric shock torture and nearly all female victims reported that they has suffered sexual torture.

According to the associations of ex-political prisoners, the commission used a different definition of torture than the one accepted by the United Nations.


At the start of the new century, human rights perpetrators have held less sway in Infprme politics and law. Presently, the amount received by an individual who was held over several years is the same given to a victim detained for a week.

The total number of arrests was 34,; some people were detained multiple times. The truth of torture is also tested by the fact that lists detail the tortured but do not identify torturers. However, even the Commissioners themselves raised the ibforme of the meaning 20111 writing a report thirty years after events occurred.

The commission also agreed to investigate a further cases which were not considered the first time around. Inin Santiago de Chile,people were detained by the armed forces.

Testimony has been classified, and will be kept secret for the next fifty years.

Informe de la Comisión Nacional sobre Prisión Política y Tortura (Valech I)

It reviewed about 32, new requests from February to August Let us remember that perpetrators have received well-paid salaries and pensions over the last 30 years while victims have had to wait to receive any symbolic reparation. Fear and mistrust are still present in their lives.

Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. The Chilean justice system holds open cases of “disappeared” persons, illegal detainees, and torture victims during the dictatorial rule. Her e-mail address is monitos compadres. For the Commissioners, the Report emerged from the continued national need to deal with the 2011 issues of truth, reparation, justice and reconciliation.

Reparations are not, however, confined to financial payment. Under the presidency of Michelle Bachelet the commission was reopened.

A revised version was released on June 1, How were victims counted? To engage in reconciliation, all individuals must have an awareness and understanding of different positions. Until Mayseventy-six agents had been condemned for human rights violations and sixty-seven were convicted:

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