The Chilean Army will deliver before the end of the year a report about the collaboration they have provided to the investigations made after 1990 about violations to the human rights commited under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.
” In some more days we are expecting the edition of a publication that will be given to the institutions that have a direct relation with human rights. On the publication, we are going to disclose what our institution have done, formally and concretely”, Humberto Oviedo, the Army Commander, said on statements spreaded on Saturday by La Tercera.
After the conclusion of Pinochet’s dictatorship (1973-1990), the investigations about the violations against the human rights were opened, during the bloody regime that left more than 3200 deads and missing 38000 tortured.
Oviedo adds that the intention of the document is precisely show of concrete gestures that the Army has made in order to help with this judicial investigations, 25 years after the dictatorship.
Human Rights Institutions have requested to the Army the delivery of all the antecedents about the location of the thousands of missing that the dictatorship has left behind. While the president Michelle Bachelet, arrested, tortured and exiled during the regimen, asked for the end of the silence.