Wednesday, 30 September 2009

News Round-up 30/09/09


Chilean judge questions son of dictator Pinochet (AP)

Chile again fails to ratify the Interamerican Convention on the forced disappearance of persons due to a failure to achieve quorum in parliament (via El blog de la Republica)
La Camara sin diputados suficientes para legislar sobre desaparicion forzada de personas (El mostrador)


No one responsible for 185 murders committed by paramilitaries (Colombia Reports)


The sordid history of Lewis Amselem, Deputy U.S. Permanent Representative to the OAS (Machetera)


Obituary of Guillermo Endara, successor to Noriega (New York Times)


Interior Minister called it "unfortunate" that convicts were able to collect pay for so long: yeah, that's one word for it.
Convicted Paraguay torturers kept earning salaries (AP)


Did Fujimori plead guilty to avoid a trial which would have focused attention on uncomfortable truths involving his presidential candidate daughter?
Todo por Keiko (Colectivo por la memoria)

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