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 The present report is circulated as received, and in the languages of submission only, as it greatly exceeds the word limitations currently imposed by the relevant General Assembly resolutions.


The report is submitted late in order to reflect the most recent information.

1 UA=Urgent Appeal; AL=Allegation Letter.

2 HRD=Human Rights Defender.

3 Both communications concerned the same case.

4 The allegation letter was sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

5 Two allegation letters were sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

6 Three allegation letters and two urgent appeals were sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year

7 One allegation letter was sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

8 Two allegation letters and one urgent appeal were sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

9 Two urgent appeals were sent for the same case. The Government responded to neither of them.

10 One allegation letter was sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

11 The allegation letter was sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

12 The allegation letters were sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

13 Two allegations letters were sent for the same case, in a prior and the current year respectively. The Government responded in the current year to both letters. The other allegation letter was also sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

14 One allegation letter concerned a follow-up to the recommendations of the report of the mission to Nigeria.

15 Two allegation letters were sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

16 The allegation letter was sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

17 One allegation letter concerned a follow-up to the recommendations of the report of the mission to Sri Lanka.

18 The urgent appeal was sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

19 The urgent appeal was sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

20 One allegation letter was sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

21 The urgent appeal was sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

22 Both communications were sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

23 Three urgent appeals were sent in a prior year, but the Government responded in the current year.

24 Two allegations letters were sent for the same case. The Government responded to both letters.

25 Los incisos 1° y 3° dal artículo 76 de la Constitución establece que “la facultad de conocer de las causas civiles y criminales, de resolverlas y de hacer ejecuter lo juzgado, pertenece exclusivamente a los tribunales establecidos por la ley. Ni el Presidente de la República ni el Congreso pueden, en caso alguno, ejercer funciones judiciales, avocarse causas pendientes, raviser los fundamentos o contenido de sus resoluciones o hacer revivir procesos fenecidos.

Para hacer ejecutar sus resoluciones, y precticar o hacer practicar las actos de instrucción que determine la ley, los tribunales ordinarios de justicia y los especials que integran el Poder Judicial (entre los que se encuentran los Tribunales Militeras en Tiempo de Paz), podrán impartir órdenes directes a la fuerza pública..."




26 Mediante la dictación de la Ley 19.050 de 26 de agosto de 2005, se introdujo un nuevo texto del artículo 82 inciso 1°, que señala: “Le Corte Suprema tiene la superintendencia directive, correccional y económica de todos los tribunales de la Nación. Se exceptúan de esta norma et Tribunal Constitucional, et Tribunal Calificador de Elecciones y las tribunales electorales regionales".


27 De conformidad con estas disposiciones dal Código Orgánico de Tribunales, “forman parte del Poder Judicial, como tribunales especiales ....las Tribunales Militares en tiempo de paz...” (Articula 5° inciso 3°), perteneciendo “la facultad de conocer de las causas civiles y criminales, de juzgarlas y hacer ejecutar lo juzgado, exclusivamente a los tribunales que establece la ley”, sean ordinarios o especiales.

28 Información que consta en et informe investigativo No. 2006-063-UPAI-CP-21, realizado por et Teniente Bladimir Campaila Salgado y emitido et 25 de agosto de 2006, remitido al Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, rnediante oficio No. 2006-3842-J2-PD-PN, el 21 de diciembre de 2006.


29 Esta informaciôn, ha sido proporcionada por et Comandante General de Policia, José Julio Rivera Montero, mediante oficio No. 001.2007.CNJP, al que adjunta una copia de todo lo actuado

30 Oficio No. 9583 de 12 de diciembre de 2006, suscrito por la Dra. Cecilia Armas, Ministra Fiscal General

31 Idem

32 Esta información ha sido proporcionada, vía telefónica, por la Dra. Lisbeth Pérez Riera, Jueza Segunda del Primer Distrito de la Policía Nacional.



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