INFORME VALECH 2011 PDF

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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At previous reconciliation masses in Santiago, churches have been filled with military officials, politicians and judges while the relatives of the detained-disappeared have remained outside, not invited to infogme. Associations of ex-political prisoners have been denied access to the testimony. Fear and mistrust are still present in their lives. It also found that thirty people “disappeared” or had been executed in addition to those recorded by the earlier Rettig Report.

These cases involve military and civilian personnel.

Valech Report

The commission found that 38, people had been imprisoned for political reasons and that most had falech tortured. The decision to expose the Report on the internet will mean invorme those who read the findings will inevitably be those who are already working in human rights, academics, those who gave testimony, and so on. However, these rights were hard to attain and, at an official level, those who survived imprisonment and torture were not generally acknowledged.

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As far as these groups were concerned, government officials could not be incorme to effectively represent their needs. None of these children were legally responsible at the time of their detention. Insufficient psychological assistance was provided to the victims who had to relive their experiences, some of them suffering flashbacks, except referring statement givers to the Comprehensive Health Care Reparations Program PRAIS[13] and some specialized mental health care NGOs were unable to meet the demand thus ” infotme ” those individuals.

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Children, some of them five years old, and adolescents, had been tortured by the dictatorship. A third of all victims faced electric shock torture and nearly all female victims reported that they has suffered sexual torture.

The same pattern appears to be repeated here. Jedes Jahr wird am 3. The worst period of torture occurred immediately after the coup, as more than 18, Given the lack of official recognition of torturers, perpetrators have also continued vakech disseminate messages and threats to the population. Retrieved 11 January Detention must have been in one of the 1, official detention or torture centers inforem by the Commission including: However, the Commission’s requirement was not about the length of detention,the but about the political motivation for the detention or torture.

Moreover, those who do not want to read the findings, or do not know of its existence, will continue not knowing. While some torture survivors may have the ability to make public their suffering, most will not. This allegation is erroneous. Presently, the amount received by an individual who was held over several years is the same given to a victim detained for a week.

Another group of people were minors at the time of their arrest. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. There was no official list of detention centers where victims had to have been detained for their cases to be recognized. Cordero even went so far as to say that the ones who would have to ask for forgiveness were the ones who were responsible for events before 11 September There is also a special bonus of four million Chilean pesos for victim’s children who were born in captivity or who were detained with their parents while they were minors.

This has resulted in sharp criticism of the Report. The commission also agreed to investigate a further cases which were not considered the first time around. Proyecto Internacional de Derechos Humanos.

Their life expectancy is only sixty to sixty-five years. With such activities exposed, the opportunities for reconciliation are hindered. The neutrality of this section is disputed. A revised version was released on June 1, Detention must not have taken place in any country other than Chile. The full Report, spanning pages, is only available on the internet 4 and has not been made widely available in printed form.

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Retrieved 16 August A child who was the result of a rape while in prison was also considered a “direct victim”.

As detailed above, a protective position for perpetrators and violating institutions has been set up. 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.

It reviewed about valeh, new requests from February to August Out of the more than 8, rejected cases, 7, people requested that their cases be revised. The commission worked only during office hours, forcing victims to ask their employer for permission to testify.

The state provided lifelong monetary compensation to the victims as well as health and education benefits. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Critics of the Valech Report said that families were falsely claiming that their relatives went missing during the — military regime, as there had been reports since that four people, listed as killed or missing, were alive or had died in unrelated circumstances.

However, we still understand relatively little about the suffering those detained endured, how perpetrators legitimised their violations and the structures that allowed torture to flourish. The initial report was based on testimony given to the commission by 35, people, of which 27, were regarded as “direct victims”.