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Following this defeat, widespread coverage of the charges against the Argentine dictatorship spread through the press causing civil society organizations to demand that the parties responsible for the disappearances be brought forth and charged. In Septemberthe regime then passed the “National Pacification Act” that granted impunity to the state by saying that all the action that was a result of the “antisubversive war” was then “extinguished”. Military intervention in the political sphere was common in Argentina since the s.

Hardcoverpages. It’s a very sad and hard piece of Argentinian history worth reading.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Argentine Anticommunist Alliance “Triple A”. The Commission procured a copy of the city morgue ledger that nnca around people whose bodies passed through the morgue during the years following the military coup in Want to Read Currently Reading Read. CONADEP recorded the forced disappearance of 8, persons from toalthough ninca noted that the actual number could be higher estimates by human rights organizations usually place it at 30, persons.

Most disappeared people were eventually murdered and their bodies were cojadep buried in unmarked graves, incinerated or disposed into the sea. Retrieved from ProQuest Database.


All these centres were identified with the help of people that were illegally detained there. The work of the commission was supported by several international organizations, by the Argentine people and by local organizations such as Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo.

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Alejandro Colliard rated it it was amazing May 07, Teaches us lessons about the fragile state of “democracy”.

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Although the commission had limited time and resources, they managed to create a comprehensive report and put together files to be used in bringing the culprits to justice.

CONADEP was created on December 15, by a presidential decree and was to report to both the executive branch and the legislators from both chambers.

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It was allotted 6 months time to collect reports about the disappearances, look to see if they could discover what happened to the “disappeared”, find abducted children, find evidence of attempts to conceal crimes and destroy evidence, after which they would refer this information to the court and issue a final report.

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Es una herida Un texto obligado para los Argentinos.

It gave me a strong negative vibe – this is pretty heavy stuff. National Commission on the Disappearance of Persons Spanish: There are no discussion topics on this book yet.


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Sep 21, leigh rated it it was amazing Shelves: They were similar to the prisons of Argentina in regards to condition and structure but the detention centers could deny if a captive was being retained there. Solcito rated it it was amazing May 25, The report explains the way victims were arrested in their homes or in public places. Martin Bustamante rated it really liked it Jun 11, Argentina and the struggle for international human rights”.

The grisly and detailed report on the brutal crimes of the military government in Argentina in the ‘s. Return to Book Page.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Julian Cattarinussi rated it it was amazing Aug 13, Human rights groups disagreed with this and though that the military courts would refuse to impose any legal sanctions on the prosecuted and believed that the only way to see justice was to have a “bicameral commission”. All I could think while reading was how painful it must have been both for the people working for CONADEP to listen to all the testimonies and for the victims that had to remember this painful part of their past.

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