RATIFICATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF ALL PERSONS FROM ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE

The crime of enforced disappearance as a violation of human rights began to raise attention of the international community in 1970s to the mid-1980s in Latin America. The military coup in many countries of the region resulted in tens of thousands people disappeared of which the regime in power always managed to avoid the responsibility, both to their own citizens as well as from the international pressure. Persecution and terror also simultaneously occurred in the region—known as “Operation Condor”—against those who endangered the military authoritarian regime, initially for political ideology reasons, and later evolved into solely the expression of arbitrary power.

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