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TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE

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Sarah Ul-haq

on 26 October 2011

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Transcript of TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE

transitional justice
Chapter 7:
Slouching Towards Nemesis
Into This Blackness
The Duty to Prosecute
Limitations of Amnesty
Truth Commissions &
Transitional Justice
The Case of Retribution
Chapter 8:
Balkan
trials
Chapter 9:
The International
Criminal Court
The Tadić Case
The Hague Tribunal
Chapter 10:
The Case Of General Pinochet
Nov. 4, 1970
Sept. 11, 1973
Timeline
DR. Salvador allende elected as head of state of chile
Head of state assasinated by general pinochet
Dec. 17 1974
General Pinochet becomes new head of state
Establishment of dina under the directorship of colonel manuel contreras
1976
Approved assasination in Washington of Orlando Letelier, ambassador to the US
1978
Pinochet grants amnesty to all who aided him in the torture centres
1990
Referendum allowing the people to vote for new democracy (pinochet's mistake)
March 11 1990
pinochet steps down as head of state but remains commander in chief
1996
the association of progressive prosecutors of spain begins a private investigation against pinochet
1998
retirement of pinochet's commander-in-chief but self-appoints himself senator for life
Oct. 1998
pinochet's bad back needs attending to by doctors in harley street, london wi
pinochet doesn't take the elementary precaution for obtaining a diplomatic visa
the newspaper guardian reportted pinochet's presence in london under the headline ''a muderer among us''
tips off garzon who requests pinochet's arrest under the european convention on extradition
Oct. 16 1998
pinochet tries to flee, however, garzon obtains warrant in time
General pinochet is granted habeas corpus
Dec. 11 1998
six day trial, two weeks of deliberation: decision, in favour of extradition
New trial for general pinochet
March 24 1999
judgment 6-1, same decision
a quirk of statutory extradition law ''double criminality''
Oct. 8 1999
Ordered extradition of pinochet to spain
pinochet launches an appeal
medical experts pronounced pinochet unfit for trial
Dec. 10 2006
general pinochet passes away, 300 criminal charges still pending
Presented By: Sarah Bourgeois, Malika De Silva, Matthew Hebert, and Sarah Ul-haq
A Brief History
The Nations Invloved
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Transitional justice is a response to systematic or widespread violations of human rights. It seeks recognition for victims and to promote possibilities for peace, reconciliation and democracy. Transitional justice is not a special form of justice but justice adapted to societies transforming themselves after a period of pervasive human rights abuse. In some cases, these transformations happen suddenly; in others, they may take place over many decades. (http://www.ictj.org/en/tj/)
Rome 1998: The Statute
International Crimes
The Court
The Future
deliberations
discussions
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