831 corrected the legal aberrations of the amnesty law--Ley de Caducidad de la Pretension Punitiva del Estado (law on the expiry of the punitive claims of the state)--which was severely challenged by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR) and other ecumenical bodies (NotiSur, April 15.
What does IACHR stand for?
IACHR stands for Inter-American Court of Human Rights
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- Iranian Association of Chemical Engineers
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- Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
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- Industrial Accident Compensation Insurance Act (Korea)
- Indiana Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
- International Association for Computer Information Systems
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The situation in Uribana prison has been monitored by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights since 2006, he added.
pdf&usg=ALkJrhjCiJ6DGE68BNhTFknVP5x6GIr6rw) Inter-American Court of Human Rights said in its judgment that a minimum of 281 people were killed based on remains uncovered, but that the number was likely over 1,000 based on the testimonies of relatives and survivors, half of whom were children.
The Convention also creates the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and defines the functions and procedures of both the Commission and the Court.
She took the case to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, resulting in stronger legislation in Brazil on domestic violence.
We went to assure those pressing litigation over Guatemala war crimes that there would be international pressure and observers to see that the Guatemala judiciary fulfills its obligation under the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and that the perpetrators be brought to justice," McKinley said.
At a session in Bogota, Colombia, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights heard the case of Chilean judge, Karen Atala Riffo.