Chile promotes unprecedented plan to search for disappeared detainees in dictatorship

The Government of Chile took the first step, this Thursday, to develop a national plan to search for disappeared detainees that will be implemented starting next year, within the framework of the commemoration of the 50 years of Augusto Pinochet’s coup (1973-1990).

In a ceremony that took place in the Gabriela Mistral Museum of Educationin the center of Santiago, and in the presence of representatives of memory and human rights organizations, the Minister of Justice, Marcela Riospresented the participatory process from which the unprecedented plan will be designed, together with relatives and groups of victims of the dictatorship, and stressed that, in addition to civil society, “all the ministries and institutions will have to be at the service of this work”.



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