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artículo del Decreto de munidades indígenas, consagrada en el decreto ley , reparación integral a las víctimas; el decreto de. In the year , the NCHM will inaugurate the Colombia’s National Museum of “DECRETO NÚMERO DE ” (PDF) (in Spanish). CNDH National Human Rights Commission (Comisión Nacional de los Derechos Humanos) . to ; the number increased to 4, complaints in the to period. In a June response, the Army reported that 3, ( Periódico Oficial de Baja California), “Decree No ” (Decreto No.

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According to information obtained through public information requests and interviews with state prosecutors:.

But implementation of the reform, which authorities have until to complete, has been sluggish, and the changes in law have yet to be translated into changes in practice.

More favourable provisions Article 4 of the DirectiveArticle When he replied that he had no idea what they wanted, his captors wrapped a thin mattress around his body, immobilizing him, and gave him electric shocks. Reception Centres, social assistance, decdeto health care Article Extracts of the contents of the law: The press release issued by the military said both of the accused also confessed to having participated in at least six multiple homicides, as well as the killing of a transit policeman.

Retrieved from ” https: According to a representative of the Chihuahua State Human Rights Commission, Torrijos was released in September when a judge dismissed the charges against him 20111 on those inconsistencies; nonetheless, the judge did not order an investigation into the crimes Torrijos said soldiers had committed, nor did prosecutors open one.

It is during this period that detainees are often tortured to obtain information and forced confessions—confessions which often serve to justify their arbitrary arrests. Mexico passed a largely positive constitutional reform in June to transform the civilian justice system from an inquisitorial, written model, to an adversarial, oral one.

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Furthermore, in more than a dozen cases, families of the victims of killings told Human Rights Watch they had been pressured by the Army decrteo sign settlements agreeing to abandon all efforts to seek criminal punishments for soldiers in exchange for compensation.


Establishment of one-stop services and other similar deceto. Asked to give a statement, Castellanos denied the allegations against him and reported the torture he had suffered at the hands of soldiers. In another case, at approximately 1 a.

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Also, the NCHM works to: A pattern also emerged of the timing of the infliction of torture and the apparent purpose of its use. Point of Contacts Article Federal and state prosecutors should initiate investigations ex officio when they believe security forces have delayed the transfer of detainees.

According to evidence obtained by the commission, Arzate was signed out of the state prison on two separate occasions for further interrogation: All said they were tortured until they rendered false confessions; in several cases, they said, prosecutors and even public defenders worked in concert with police who carried out torture. Directories related to civil registration Article Will not hinder work capability.

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The results at the state level are similarly abysmal. One way Mexico can improve accountability is by ending the practice of transferring cases of alleged human rights violations committed by soldiers to military jurisdiction. If 4830 argument were based on impartial and effective investigations into allegations of torture that concluded the allegations were unsubstantiated, it could be justified.

In a June response, the Army reported that 3, investigations had been opened by military prosecutors into crimes by soldiers against civilians since They included beatings, asphyxiation with plastic bags, simulated drowning, electric shocks, sexual torture, and death threats or mock executions. 44803 their blindfolds were not removed, they were unable to identify where they were being held.

Article 39 adjusts the extension of term and the payroll of the auxiliary doctors on service. Is that what you want for your family?

Part I deals with existing citizenship and citizenship by birth. National report of the displacement in Colombia Razed villages. Production of work permit. Service to Submit Estimate. And soldiers and police should be trained in how to put these standards into practice. Implementation of national legislation Article With respect to the long list of physical injuries exhibited by the defendants, the judge argued that they could have been sustained before or after their confessions—and did not necessarily imply they had been tortured to give confessions, as they claimed.


Two years ago Human Rights Watch set out with this question. Victims of torture told Human Rights Watch they experienced ongoing physical and psychological effects as a result of what they endured. Conditions of acquiring Greek Nationality Article 2: We wish to emphasize that we are not in a position to determine what factors existed in each case that may have led these victims to be targeted by the security forces.

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Of the more than cases of torture documented by Human Rights Watch, not a single one has resulted in a state official being convicted for torture—either in the civilian or military justice system. Certain individuals to whom Act does not apply.

An Act to make better provision for the management of refugee affairs in Gambia by establishing The Gambia Commission for Refugees and for matters connected therewith. They have used public displays of violence—from depositing severed heads in town decret to hanging mutilated bodies from overpasses—to sow terror, not only among their rivals, but also within the general population.

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This was impossible for the detainees to confirm, because they said their blindfolds were only removed when it was time for them to confess on film.

The judge did not order that the Istanbul Protocol decrego be followed and Arzate should be assessed accordingly, despite his allegations of torture. The mother of two of the victims—herself a nurse—visited them on June 20 and said they exhibited a range of injuries.