ACES evaluates delivery of the headquarters to the INDH if the Government complies with its requests | News

The Coordinating Assembly of Secondary Students (ACES) reported this Monday that it is analyzing the delivery of the headquarters building of the National Institute of Human Rights (INDH) to the National Association of Human Rights Defenders, if the Chilean Government headed by Gabriel Boric meets your demands.


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The ACES made public that several demands were delivered to the Executive to complete the seizure of the property, after more than eight months of the seizure began.

One of the demands of the coordinator is the recognition of the systematic violations of human rights in Chile, as well as the beginning of a judicial process against former President Sebastián Piñera and state agents, who carried out violent actions against the people.

Likewise, the request for the dissolution of Carabineros de Chile and the refoundation of all other State agents, especially security agents, was underlined.

Another of the important points demanded from the new Boric government is the recognition of political prisoners in the country, and at the same time, the release of those people who are imprisoned for being social leaders.

In addition, the ACES requested to reopen processes where due process was violated, especially the cases of burnings that were executed in the revolt which, according to what they stated, are not yet under investigation and the culprits go unpunished.

These statements come after exactly a week ago the director of the INDH, Sergio Micco, formalized the request for eviction before the Presidential Delegation of the Metropolitan Region.