(Translated by Emily Schmitz, a CSN Volunteer Translator. Edited by Teresa Welsh, CSN’s Volunteer Editor.)
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
The National Movement for Victims of State Crime disclosed their plans in respect to the Victim’s Bill before the public and general society in a second debate held this past December 13 in the Plenary of the House of Representatives.
Since the birth of this movement, support for the creation of a protective and just model for victims has manifested and has pushed for a political and negotiated solution to the armed conflict. It has been expressed on different occasions that only truthful reparation policies for victims can ensure the reconstruction process and the expansion of democracy. From this spawns interest in the victim’s bill that began its second debate this past December 13 in the Plenary of the House of Representatives.
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