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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ENFORCED OR INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCES :ADDENDUM
Despite the many successes of the processes to uncover the truth about the past, more needs to be done. While the Memory Institute ought to play a role in this regard, further investigations and other processes must be carried out to more fully uncover what occurred, especially in the years before 1999. (...) Families also ought to be further assisted with their needs to uncover the truth about what happened to their loved ones.
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Además, la Universidad Feevale University es una de las instituciones involucradas en el Proyecto unCoVer , subvencionado por la Unión Europea. Se trata de una red de instituciones de trabajan para recoger y proporcionar acceso a los datos relacionados con la COVID-19.
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LETTER DATED 97/02/20 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF ISRAEL TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE 53RD SESSION OF THE COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
During the investigation it also became apparent that Belbaysi had additional information regarding serious terrorist attacks in Israel planned for the near future. In order to uncover this essential information, the GSS appealed to the Court asking it to cancel the injunction.
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Puntuación: 919148.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=E/CN.4/1997/116&Lang=S
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : INFORMATION / PRESENTED BY THE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HUMAN RIGHTS OF MOROCCO ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
This includes: • Victims of March 1965 disturbances buried in the Chouhada Cemetery in Casablanca; • Victims of June 20, 1981 social riots in Casablanca; • Victims of January 1984 civil disturbances in Nador; • Victims dead in the aftermath of March 1973 incidents. 2.2 Unresolved cases in the IER Final Report (66 cases) In its Final Report, the IER concluded that the cases of enforced disappearance about which it was not able to uncover complete truth totaled 66. It recommended that investigations be pursued to reveal the fate of these victims. (...) However, on the basis of information analysis, the CCDH Follow-up Committee came to the conclusion that there was no political motivation behind the disappearance of the other seven cases. 2.2.3 Cases wherein neither the IER nor the Follow-up Committee could uncover the fate of the victims or establish full truth about them Out of 66 cases, 9 cases only could not be partially or fully clarified due their complexity or to the fact that date back long way. 2.2.4 Proposals and Recommendations In addition to the implementation of recommendations relating to the archives, history and memory preservation, as laid out in the final chapter of this report, the CCDH made the following proposals and recommendations: • Set up a mechanism to support families whose cases are unresolved or require further efforts to settle some legal problems • Organize a symposium with experts from the forensic medicine department and the national genetic laboratories of the Gendarmerie Royale and forensic police • Promote the management of cemeteries by involving all parties concerned. 3.
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