Caracas, August 30, 2016 Inter-American Commission on Human Rights 1889 F Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006 United States.- Subject: Urgent alert to the potential impact of political and civil rights as a result of political repression in the face of protests scheduled and spontaneous protests to happen in Venezuela due to the political, social, economic and humanitarian crisis. We are writing to you on behalf of Justicia Internacional, an organization dedicated to the defense of…
Caracas, October 30, 2015. The ONG sent a letter to the IACHR and the UN High Commissioner with the request to monitor the electoral process on December 6 The ONG Justicia Internacional presented a letter to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner denouncing irregularities during the campaign for the election of deputies to the National Assembly. The letter emphasizes the recent wave of violence against government…
Caracas, May 12, 2013. Justice International on the verge of the violation of human rights during the protests before the elections declared that "Countless human rights abuses have occurred in Venezuela in the days following the April 14 presidential election, where a closed result and an effort to achieve an audit formal and adjusted to the electoral regulations of that country took thousands of people to the street.There are abundant records of abuses committed by…
Caracas, November 27, 2011. The Venezuelan Constitution establishes that the only requisite to exercise the vote is the identity card and that is what Carlos Suarez, economist, spokesman of Voluntad Popular Internacional, demands, to comply with the national residents abroad. The right to vote of Venezuelans living outside the country is in danger, warns Suárez, by article 124 of the Electoral Processes Law. The norm adds as a requisite for the suffrage the proof of…