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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION - FOLLOW-UP MISSION TO ITALY
Length of criminal proceedings and excessive recourse to pretrial detention 6. In its 2008 report, the Working Group noted that, although safeguards against illegal detention in the Italian criminal justice system were numerous and robust, situations of arbitrary detention could result from the unreasonable length of criminal proceedings and from excessive recourse to remand detention. 7. (...) In its 2008 report, the Working Group noted that the Italian system for administrative detention of migrants and asylum seekers did not result in overall excessive deprivation of liberty. There were, however, weaknesses in the legal basis and procedural safeguards of the system and incongruities that needed to be rectified to avoid arbitrariness. 30.
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VISIT TO TUNISIA : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS WHILE COUNTERING TERRORISM
The implementation of the 2015 Law could thus result in excessive punishments being applied to people who are little more than peaceful protesters. 23. (...) He was also told of the frequent excessive use of force during the arrest of persons suspected of terrorism offences, excessively long periods of pretrial detention and lengthy periods of detention without charges. (...) House searches are often conducted late at night, and it is often alleged that excessive force is used against suspects and their families.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE INDEPENDENCE OF JUDGES AND LAWYERS, DATO' PARAM CUMARASWAMY, SUBMITTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS RESOLUTION 2002/43 : ADDENDUM
The Attorney-General, during his meeting with the Special Rapporteur in the earlier mission in March 2002, described the situation as follows: “The guarantees in the penal proceedings are excessive leading to excessive number of controls and excessive length.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE EFFECTS OF FOREIGN DEBT AND OTHER RELATED INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS OF STATES ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, PARTICULARLY ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS ON HIS MISSION TO GREECE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Structural adjustment in Greece ....................................................................................................... 9 A. Excessive austerity ................................................................................................................... 9 B. (...) Structural adjustment in Greece A. Excessive austerity 31. By slashing public expenditure and internal demand, the first and second structural adjustment programmes significantly deepened the Greek economic crisis. (...) However, figuratively speaking, one could say that the excessive austerity in the public health care sector first killed the nurses and doctors before even getting to the patients.
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION ON ITS VISIT TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
However, the Working Group was informed that, in practice, such relief is routinely denied to individuals or combined with conditions that make release impracticable (i.e., excessive bond amounts). 2. Need for individualized assessments 29. (...) The Working Group remains concerned that many “alternatives to detention”, such as the imposition of excessive bond amounts, ankle bracelets and electronic monitoring, are more appropriate to criminal settings and are not true alternatives that would allow an individual to be released, and that some of these “alternatives” may affect other human rights, such as the prohibition of discrimination and the presumption of innocence and of the inherent dignity of individuals. (...) The Working Group is of the view that the current level of detention of immigrants demonstrates an excessive use of immigration-related detention that cannot be justified based on legitimate necessity.
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VISIT TO TUNISIA : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHTS TO FREEDOM OF PEACEFUL ASSEMBLY AND OF ASSOCIATION
Il contient une interdiction générale des rassemblements (art. 24 et 25), des procédures de notification lourdes (art. 6 et 14) et des contraintes excessives sur le lieu, les horaires et les modalités des manifestations (art. 3, 9, 12, 14, 16, 21, 33 et 35). (...) Les dispositions relatives à l’immunité des forces de l’ordre lors de la dispersion des manifestations (art. 34) et aux sanctions pénales excessives (art. 35, 38, 39, 41, 42 et 45) sont également préoccupantes. (...) Par conséquent, les pénalités prévues au chapitre VII de la loi no 2018-52, en cas de manquement à la fourniture des informations nécessaires à la procédure d’enregistrement, sont excessives et mettent en péril la capacité des petites organisations à poursuivre leurs activités. 68.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF THE RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF OPINION AND EXPRESSION ON HIS MISSION TO LIBERIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Special Rapporteur considers that, even though the decrees in practice may be applied only partially, they create a formal legal framework that is outdated and A/HRC/38/35/Add.3 8 GE.18-09971 inconsistent with human rights standards. They provide excessive executive control of the media and establish governmental agencies that may distort the pluralism necessary for people to have access to diverse sources of information. (...) The current legal framework provides no limitation on the amount of damages that a defendant may have to pay. To avoid excessive fines and de facto criminalization of libel, the Special Rapporteur strongly recommends that the existing legal framework be amended to provide for a strict cap on the amount of damages that can be sought in civil libel lawsuits, in line with the principle of proportionality and the need to ensure that measures that endanger the financial viability of a journalist or media outlet do not lead to self- censorship. This would also be in line with the provision in article 21 of the Constitution, which prohibits excessive penalties. 31. The Special Rapporteur is sensitive to the concerns raised about perpetuating fraud or blackmailing practices that take place under the cover of journalism.
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REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON INTEGRATED SYSTEMS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF RIVER BASINS IN THE ANDEAN REGION OF LATIN AMERICA
It was observed that where States adopted the approach of working by sectoral programmes or projects, each executing agency subdivides the territory into áreas that are compatible only with its particular management system, which leads to excessive parcellatian, makes it difficult to co- ordinate projects originating from different sectors and confiases the recipients of the assistance. (...) The opinión of the representatives of townships, companies, local universities and other forras of organization should therefore be taken into account in taking management decisions; this opinión is often overlooked owing to an excessive concern with the rural, the 8 indigenous and the peor. (...) b) The analysis of conditions in the highlands must be undertaken at the level of basic oca^ordination units, using evaluation techniques that are suited to the circumstances of each área, Excessive reliance an estimates and the use of iuported models are of little valué in seeking specific solutions whichj in the final analysis, are the ones that yield resulte.
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EXTRAJUDICIAL, SUMMARY OR ARBITRARY EXECUTIONS : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR, PHILIP ALSTON
Distr. GENERAL E/CN.4/2006/53 8 de marzo de 2006 ESPAÑOL Original: INGLÉS COMISIÓN DE DERECHOS HUMANOS 62º período de sesiones Tema 11 b) del programa provisional LOS
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Propone CERD/C/SR.1296 página 8 que al principio del inciso ii) figuren las palabras "the excessive and indiscriminate use of force" (el empleo excesivo e indiscriminado de la fuerza).
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