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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Views Read Edit View history. A third of all victims faced electric shock torture and nearly all female victims reported that they has suffered sexual torture.

There was no official list of detention centers where victims had to have been detained for their cases to be recognized. It also found that thirty people “disappeared” or had been executed in addition to those recorded by the earlier Rettig Report.

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. Of those who were officially designated as victims of torture, the following statistics can be provided:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The worst period of torture occurred immediately after the coup, as more than 18, 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.

Valech Report

With such activities exposed, the opportunities for knforme are hindered. As far as these groups were concerned, government officials could not be trusted to effectively represent their needs. Nearly civilians disappeared during the vzlech between and after being detained by the Chilean military and police.

The case of Carmen Gloria Quintanawho was burnt alive in the middle of the s, was not recognized, following this definition of torture. Three condemned agents died and six agents got conditional sentences.

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

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 ” re-victimizing ” those individuals.


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.

How were victims counted?

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.

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 2011 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 vzlech encounter and reconciliation among Chileans 8.

By using this site, you agree to inforje Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. 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.

Yet, with this Report, the Comissioners propose that the silence of torture has ended. As detailed above, a protective position for perpetrators and violating institutions has been set up. Of those, 24, were detained by Carabineros the Chilean police force for a duration of four and a half days.

About two-thirds of the cases of abuse that were recognized by the commission took place during The commission found that 38, people had been imprisoned for political reasons and that most had been tortured. Detention must have been in one of the 1, official detention or torture centers listed by the Commission including: Further, in the transition from dictatorship, some torture survivors have been able to receive personal medical assistance from the Government, others were able to regain their civil rights by challenging official documentation that presented them as criminals, while some have been accepted as viable witnesses in human rights court cases.


With a recent Supreme Court decision to only allow judges six months to conclude human rights investigations and governmental announcements of a law to expedite human rights trials, opportunities for justice are being drastically curtailed.

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

When the Commission knew about this situation, it demanded the exclusion of those officers from the process and sent new teams to those areas.

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This has resulted in sharp criticism of the Report. 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. Until Mayseventy-six agents had been vaech for human rights violations and innforme were convicted: Those who suffered torture are the only ones who are exposed in this official truth-finding.

Following his release, a sequence of events has developed in the human rights arena. Some inforem these services will provide welcome relief. Out of the more than 8, rejected cases, 7, people requested that their cases be revised. None of these children were legally responsible at the time of their detention.