UN Denounces “Serious Human Rights Violations” During Protests in Chile

The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, headed by former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet, has received reports of simulated executions.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The United Nations High Commission for Human Rights, led by Michelle Bachelet, twice President of Chile (2006-2010 and 2014-2018), published on Friday a report in which it denounces "a large number of serious violations of human rights" during the recent popular protests.

"These include the abusive or unnecessary use of force, which has resulted in the arbitrary deprivation of life and injuries, torture, ill-treatment, sexual violence and arbitrary detention," says the UN text.

Between October 30th and November 22nd, the commission dispatched a mission to Chile, where it visited seven regions of the . . .

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