May 23, 2024

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The IACHR asked El Salvador to restore rights suspended under the exception regime imposed by Bugel.

The IACHR asked El Salvador to restore rights suspended under the exception regime imposed by Bugel.
The IACHR asked El Salvador to restore the rights suspended under the exception regime. (REUTERS/Jose Cabezas)

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) called this Jupiter state Savior To “restore” suspended rights from March 2022 a Rule of exception “Established in the country for reasons of citizen security”

El Salvador completed a year with this measure at the end of March, which is more than enough 66,400 people have been arrested and less 5,082 complaints Arbitrary detention collected by humanitarian organizations.

“The IACHR urges governments to respect human rights in taking measures to prevent, control and respond to crimes, as well as to investigate, prosecute and punish crimes,” the agency said in a statement.

It added, “The IACHR has warned the State of El Salvador that the suspension of rights and guarantees, especially when applied indefinitely, Creates an adequate mechanism to deal with common crime” and asserted that “there would have been 188 murder-free days in the last 12 months”.

El Salvador President Nayeb Bugele. (REUTERS/Jose Cabezas)

The IACHR also pointed out that “it has repeatedly expressed its concern over abuses and violations of arrests and judicial proceedings and violations of the rights of detainees”.

“He has also urged the government Ensuring judicial guarantees and security, and to treat all persons in state custody with dignity. shrunk

He pointed out that “the high rates of violence resulting from the activities of criminal organizations such as gangs recognize the great challenges of the state”.

“The state must ensure that its efforts against crime and violence – both control and prevention are the objective of any citizen security policy – to comply with the limits indicated in international organizations for the protection of human rights. Law,” he emphasized.

New questions for Nayeb Bukhele’s exceptional rule. (REUTERS / Press Secretary to the President)

Nayeb Bukhel’s government creates a so-called “war on gangs” under emergency rule, suspending rights such as the protection of prisoners and the violation of telecommunications.

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At the end of March, the United States signaled Complaints of Human Rights Violations in El Salvador Under the emergency law brought in by Nayeb Bukele’s government, prison conditions have worsened, including to combat gangs.

El Salvador completed a year in late March with the operation, which led to more than 66,400 arrests and at least 5,082 complaints of arbitrary detention collected by humanitarian organizations.

Since a state of emergency was imposed in March 2022, the United States noted in its annual human rights report that there have been “numerous reports” of arbitrary arrests, unjust prosecutions, disappearances and deaths at the hands of El Salvador’s law enforcement.

More than 52,000 people were arrested in the first six months of emergency law. leading to complaints of overcrowding and inhumane treatment in prisons”Washington highlighted in its report.

Conditions in prisons “deteriorated” during the Emergency, the document asserted, leading to reports of “inadequate sanitary conditions, food shortages and physical assaults” among inmates.

(with information from EFE)

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