They ask to support victims of the war dirty to go to the inspection at Military Camp 1
Newspaper La Jornada
Thursday, September 15, 2022, p. 12
Before the inspection that will be carried out next week in Military Camp number 1 by the Truth Commission of the so-called war dirty and to which victims will attend, the Mexican Commission for the Defense and Promotion of Human Rights (CMDPDH) asked the aforementioned mechanism
become aware of the situation of the survivors and relatives of disappeared and murdered persons, since despite the fact that many of them are older adults and have health problems, it will only grant them per diems for their transfer and not for their companions.
The vast majority are elderly people, who are in a situation of very high economic and social vulnerability.which prevents them from paying the expenses for a companion to provide them with support and
makes it extremely difficult for them to attend these activitiespointed out the CMDPDH in a public letter.
He indicated that it is important to remind the authorities that lead the process of diligence in Military Camp number 1
the deep and sensitive impacts that this can generate
taking into consideration that the victims and/or their next of kin were confined in said place, where they suffered serious violations of their human rights at the hands of agents of the State.
The organization emphasized that going to these inspections, scheduled from September 19 to September 23,
can generate situations of serious stress that could lead to re-victimization, psychosocial damage and other irreparable events.
He asked the Truth Commission to clarify the history and promote justice for the serious human rights violations committed between 1965 and 1990, to consider the various complications that the victims have in order to attend the proceedings, to respect their right to participate and ensure that this is in accordance with the highest human rights standards.