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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Three condemned agents died and six agents got conditional sentences. Cases of torture in the streets or in vehicles were excluded.

Such a response indicates the real need that many victims had to have their experiences officially acknowledged.

Retrieved 16 August The commission also agreed to investigate a further cases which were not considered the first time around.

Proyecto Internacional de Derechos Humanos. 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. The initial report was based on testimony given to the commission by 35, people, of invorme 27, were regarded as “direct victims”.

Those who suffered torture are the only ones who are exposed in this official truth-finding. Therefore, the records cannot be used in trials concerning human rights violations, in contrast to the ” Archives of Terror ” in Paraguay and Operation Condor. However, these rights were hard to attain and, at an official level, those who survived imprisonment and torture were not generally acknowledged.

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

The state provided lifelong monetary compensation to the victims as well as health and education benefits. 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. 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.


About two-thirds of the cases of abuse that were recognized by the commission took place during 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. It was 201 be open for twelve months but due to the high number of requests it was extended for an additional six months.

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

The full Report, spanning pages, is only available on the internet 4 and has not been made widely available in printed form. Victims have a legal right to justice for the violations inflicted against them. Children, some of them five years old, and adolescents, had been tortured by the dictatorship.

Ex-political prisoners said that testimony from minors under eighteen years of age was refused because it was impossible for them to recall exactly the details of the place and time where they had been tortured. 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 infrome mental health care NGOs were unable to meet the demand thus ” re-victimizing ” those individuals.

The 201 number of arrests was 34,; some people were detained multiple times.

In some cases, in rural areas, victims who knew about the Commission had to give testimony to local civil servants who were part of the local governments when they were detained and tortured. The report was published on November 29, and detailed the results of a six-month investigation.

Informw Chilean justice system holds open cases of “disappeared” persons, illegal detainees, and torture victims during the dictatorial rule. Sixty percent of the ex-political prisoners were unemployed for at least two years according to studies vvalech by ex-political prisoners’ associations.

Her e-mail address is monitos compadres. Starting in the s, the CNI, which succeeded DINAno longer took victims to detention centers thus, informee the associations, the fact that about two-thirds of the cases of abuse that were approved by the commission took place during After having listened to infoeme, 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 infoeme 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.

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However, the Commission’s requirement was not about the length of detention,the but about the political motivation for the detention or torture. A child who was the result of a rape while in prison was also considered a “direct victim”.

Detention must have been in one of the 1, official detention or torture centers listed by the Commission including: Quintana contacted the Commission but did not testify before it.

Retrieved from ” https: Their life expectancy is only sixty to sixty-five years. The associations underlined the fact that the commission worked for only six months, with very little publicity, despite the UN’s demand that it accept testimony for a longer period.

This is not to say that there has been no movement at all on the issue. The truth of torture is also tested by the fact that lists detail the tortured but do not identify torturers. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Another group of people were minors at the time of their arrest.

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.