History on hold for victims of Guatemalan genocide

| October 28, 2013


Amnesty International | Click HERE to read article Guatemala’s former military ruler Efraín Ríos Montt was the first in the continent to face genocide charges in court. But the historic process is now in jeopardy. According to press reports, the Central American country’s Constitutional Court is considering granting him an amnesty. The move could see him cleared of all charges and free from facing trial ever again. Amnesties are a tragedy for victims as they block truth, justice and reparation.


Amnesty International | Click HERE to read article

Guatemala’s former military ruler Efraín Ríos Montt was the first in the continent to face genocide charges in court.

But the historic process is now in jeopardy. According to press reports, the Central American country’s Constitutional Court is considering granting him an amnesty. The move could see him cleared of all charges and free from facing trial ever again. Amnesties are a tragedy for victims as they block truth, justice and reparation.

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