Human rights violations during the military government of Chile refer to the acts of human rights abuses, persecution of opponents, political repression and state terrorism committed by the Chilean armed forces and the Police, government agents and civilians in the service of security agencies, during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet in Chile from September 11, 1973, until March 11, 1990.

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  • As violações dos Direitos Humanos no Chile referem-se ao conjunto de ações de perseguição de opositores, repressão política e Terrorismo de Estado, levadas a cabo pelas Forças Armadas e de Ordem, agentes do Estado e por civis ao serviço dos organismos de segurança, durante a ditadura de Augusto Pinochet no Chile entre 11 de setembro de 1973 e a 11 de março de 1990. De acordo aos relatórios da Comissão de Verdade e Reconciliação (relatório Rettig) e a Comissão Nacional sobre Prisão Política e Tortura (relatório Valech), a cifra de vítimas diretas de violações aos Direitos Humanos no Chile, ascenderia, pelo menos, a cerca de 35 000 pessoas, dos quais cerca de 28 000 foram torturados, 2279 deles executados e cerca de 1248 continuam como detidos desaparecidos. Para além disso, cerca de 200 000 pessoas iriam para o exílio e um número não determinado (de várias dezenas de milhares) teria passado por centros clandestinos de detenção. (pt)
  • Human rights violations during the military government of Chile refer to the acts of human rights abuses, persecution of opponents, political repression and state terrorism committed by the Chilean armed forces and the Police, government agents and civilians in the service of security agencies, during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet in Chile from September 11, 1973, until March 11, 1990. According to the Commission of Truth and Reconciliation (Rettig Commission) and the National Commission on Political Imprisonment and Torture (Valech Commission), the number of direct victims of human rights violations in Chile accounts for at least 35,000 people: 28,000 tortured, 2,279 executed, and 1,248 missing. In addition, some 200,000 people suffered exile and an unknown number went through clandestine centers and illegal detention. The systematic human rights violations that were committed by the military government of Chile, under General Augusto Pinochet, included gruesome acts of physical and sexual abuse, as well as psychological damage. From September 11, 1973 to March 11, 1990, Chilean armed forces, the police and all those aligned with the military junta were involved in institutionalizing fear and terror in Chile. The most prevalent forms of state-sponsored torture that Chilean prisoners endured were electric shocks, waterboarding, beatings, and sexual abuse. Another common mechanism of torture employed was “disappearing” those who were deemed to be potentially subversive because they adhered to leftist political doctrines. The tactic of “disappearing” the enemies of the Pinochet regime was systematically carried out during the first four years of military rule. The "disappeared" were held in secret, subjected to torture and were often never seen again. Both the National Commission on Political Imprisonment and Torture (Valech Report) and the Commission of Truth and Reconciliation (Rettig Report) approximate that there were 35,000 victims of human rights abuses in Chile, with 28,000 tortured, 2,279 executed and 1,248 “disappeared.” (en)
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  • As violações dos Direitos Humanos no Chile referem-se ao conjunto de ações de perseguição de opositores, repressão política e Terrorismo de Estado, levadas a cabo pelas Forças Armadas e de Ordem, agentes do Estado e por civis ao serviço dos organismos de segurança, durante a ditadura de Augusto Pinochet no Chile entre 11 de setembro de 1973 e a 11 de março de 1990. De acordo aos relatórios da Comissão de Verdade e Reconciliação (relatório Rettig) e a Comissão Nacional sobre Prisão Política e Tortura (relatório Valech), a cifra de vítimas diretas de violações aos Direitos Humanos no Chile, ascenderia, pelo menos, a cerca de 35 000 pessoas, dos quais cerca de 28 000 foram torturados, 2279 deles executados e cerca de 1248 continuam como detidos desaparecidos. Para além disso, cerca de 200 000 (pt)
  • Human rights violations during the military government of Chile refer to the acts of human rights abuses, persecution of opponents, political repression and state terrorism committed by the Chilean armed forces and the Police, government agents and civilians in the service of security agencies, during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet in Chile from September 11, 1973, until March 11, 1990. (en)
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  • Violações dos direitos humanos pela ditadura chilena (pt)
  • Human rights violations in Pinochet's Chile (en)
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