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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Valech Report

In response to these omissions, a counter-report has been established, by a group of ex-political prisoners in Santiago, to identify and castigate torturers as well as those who actively supported torture 9. Retrieved 11 January With such events 7the Chilean government has encountered a new, safer space to pursue accountability. Some officials from the armed forces have claimed that torture was an aberration, only attributable to individual, unruly officers while others have refused to accept any institutional responsibility at all.

Retrieved 16 August If an official body like this can not face truth as a whole, then who could? 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.

DDHH del Informe Rettig al Informe Valech by Martina Sanguinetti on Prezi

Fear and mistrust are still present in their lives. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The commission also agreed to investigate a further cases which were not considered the first time around. This is not to say that there has been no movement at all on the issue.


Detention must not have taken place in any inofrme other than Chile.

To view the extent of the lists of torture victims is overwhelming. Her e-mail address is monitos compadres.

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

A third of all victims faced electric shock torture and nearly all female victims reported that they has suffered sexual torture. 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 Archived from the original PDF on For instance, as far as we have been 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.

Those cases where evidence was found of people infotme detained and tortured in police buses or other vehicles were accepted.

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

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

informd It was to be open for twelve months but due to the high number of requests it was extended for an additional six months. 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 state provided lifelong monetary compensation to the victims as well as health and education benefits.

Their life expectancy is only sixty to sixty-five years. It also found that thirty people “disappeared” or had been executed in addition to those recorded by the earlier Rettig Report. Finally, despite the vast number of individuals who have come forward to give their testimony, we must also be mindful that there are many others who did not. The distance between victims and perpetrators together with the imbalance of power and vlaech concessions given to perpetrators all contribute to a situation in which reconciliation can not be expected to happen.

Commission’s calech pages 69 and 70, at www.

The commission found that 38, people had been imprisoned for political reasons and that most had been tortured. The same pattern appears to be repeated here. 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. The impact of the official acknowledgement of informr extensive use of torture during dictatorship can not be denied.

It did not include any representative of the victims or members of the associations of ex-political prisoners.

Detention had to have been for more than five days.