Social organizations say that the ruling party presented candidates to the INDDHH for distribution of positions

Social organizations say that the ruling party presented candidates to the INDDHH for distribution of positions


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On July 14, the human rights organizations requested the special parliamentary commission created to receive and analyze the applications to the INDDHH Board of Directors to make public all the information available in relation to the election process: “from the list of people nominated , the interviews that the Commission held with candidates and those who proposed them, and the resumes that justify the aspiration to the position for the next five years”.

They stated that the Special Commission has agreed to what was requested by the organizations, on paper. “A few days before the General Assembly defines the issue, a substantial part of this information is not accessible to the population, because the only route to reach it has not been communicated.

lack of transparency

The organizations indicate that the lack of transparency benefits “those candidates whose careers have little or nothing to do with human rights and what the law imposes as requirements to integrate the Board of Directors of the Institution. This obscurantism also protects those who nominated these people, not because of their ‘high morality’ or because of their ‘experience and high level of knowledge in human rights’, but because of partisan political affinity, thus specifying the intention of turning this election into a distribution of positions by partisan political quotas”.

In this sense, the civil society organizations recognized by the INDDHH reiterate their interest in being received by the Special Commission.

On the other hand, they denounce attacks on the INDDHH, and warn of the risks without giving up any action that current legislation offers them to defend it.

Signatory Organizations

Civil Association Ágora de Canelones

Association of Former Political Prisoners of Uruguay (CRYSOL)

Center for Archives and Access to Public Information (CAinfo)

Center for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights (CDH)

Charrúa Oipik Udimar Nomad

GUBAITASE clan

Black Sheep Collective

April Girls Memory Commission

Commission Memory Priest Mauricio Silva

Soriano Memory, Justice and Against Impunity Commission (Interiors in Network)

Commission for the Memory of the Soca Fusiles

Council of the Charrúa Nation (CONACHA)

Mental Health and Human Rights Cooperative (COSAMEDDHH)

Coordinator for the Withdrawal of Troops from Haiti

Freedom Penal Memorial Space

Working Group for Truth and Justice of Bella Unión (Interiors in Network)

Solidarity Group to Redouble

Intersocial Feminist

Youth for Memory

Mothers and Relatives of Uruguayans Detained and Disappeared

Memory in Freedom – Boys, Girls and Adolescents, direct victims of State terrorism

Memories of the Coast – Carmelo (Interiors in Network)

Memory Truth and Justice of Tacuarembo (Interiors in Network)

National Movement of Public and Private Health Users (MNUSPP)

Fearless Women (MSM)

Round trip organization

Workers’ Inter-Union Plenary (PIT-CNT)

Peace and Justice Service (SERPAJ Uruguay)

Tacuabe Chasqui Oyendau

List of applicants

List of the 26 applicants that will be submitted to the consideration of the General Assembly, in compliance with the resolution of the Special Commission, in a session dated July 25, 2022:

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