' BI9ANOMMISSION Or JURISTS TOTUOT Op HUMAN RIGHTS PROBLEMS
POR PRESENTATION TO THEO*INSURE THAT THE COMMISSION REPRESENTED MORE THAN
GOVERNMENT, THEY AREHE *oSSIBltJfT OP BRINGING THl HUMANuE TO THE ATTENTION Of ThE UNITED NATIONS
ue process in chile, the letter was SI0NE3 among othersulnis. euobnio
c 0: OP the social
the same day the junta received the document* some Of the
signers here called to the qffjce Or general oscar ,
minister OP interior* hho rebuked then for the ir action.
;ONriRKEO THE RECEIPT OF THE$m
ALSO CONFIRMED THAT THE LETTER HAD BEEN BIVlN TO ThE JUNTA ANO THAT THIS HAS THE DOCUMENT PREPARED BY AYLWlN'S COMMISSION.)
6. in the letter to the junta, thethat thbtr
c3jective is to provide the highestjudicial
h certain tacts which shoulointo account
FOR TME CORRECT AOHlNlstrat1 ON Or justice IN THE current CRISIS THE CBNNTRV is experiences. THE LETTER criticises the USE op CINIORtMt' BECAUSE it is LlMlTlRfl THE1
op evidence and juridical o'lnons to that sf the prosecution, since the ceplnse cannot obt its arguments published in thfc ppess. in aosition, it criticiies the failure to publicize the cases being handled in tni military courtsthe document also laments the 'act that citu8ns arrested are taken to unknown places, and that families are unable to qain any knowledge of their whereabouts or state of beinq.
t'mhiwi PMIINtlNQ THEHE siqners request THAT the AUTHSRltlES OlSARLY establish who HAS THE right to ARflEST CITIIlNIITHE families and lawyers of the dbfenoent be informed IHHIOIATELY of HIS place of DETENTION, his juridical situation AND THE court CHARGED with HIS case) AND THATrudent LABSE of TlNE. HIS LAWYER BE informed of THE CHAROlE
against ' : -Original document.