Thursday, 29 May 2008

Chile: State of Impunity

A interesting consideration of the Chile's progress (and lack therefore) in investigating past human rights abuses, and in the current state of its security forces. As with many of these stories, it could be summarised as "two steps forward, one step back"... progress is made, but it's limited and far too slow, allowing many perpetrators to die safely of old age in their beds before they are brought before the courts.

Chile: Amnesty Report Highlights Impunity (IPS)

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